A fashion magazine in Italy has been ordered to pay more than $150,000 to a model whose costume was allegedly stolen from a show in the city of Rome.
Gisele, who has made a name for herself as a designer of fashion and beauty products, was photographed at a gothic show in Milan in 2007.
In 2010, Gisely was photographed wearing a white wig and dress in the same fashion magazine.
The magazine had claimed the model was wearing a wig and a dress made out of latex.
The suit had been made out by a company that was known for its latex-like material.
The lawsuit was filed on behalf of the fashion editor of the magazine, Gia Colombo, who said the suit was made out “with an industrial product known as latex.”
She also claimed the company’s logo was “a symbol of the latex industry” and the wig and makeup were “a part of an elaborate wig.”
The lawsuit claimed that the model’s costume was stolen during the show and that the company had “made a deliberate attempt to steal” the costume.
The model, who is in her 20s, was wearing the suit at the time of the incident and has never spoken about the incident, her attorney, Giorgio Guglielmo, told ABC News.
Gugliilmo said the lawsuit was based on the fact that the designer wore a wig during the incident that was made of latex and that it was stolen from the show.
“The wig was a costume and not a wig,” Guglia said.
“We are talking about a wig made of a latex.
It was a wig that was given to the model to wear in front of the audience.”
Gisely is a fashion designer who is known for her signature accessories.
Her fashion label, Giselle Büntchen, has produced a line of makeup, hair and hair products, as well as an assortment of dresses, bags and other accessories for men, women and children.
The suit, filed in Milan Superior Court, claimed that during the event, Gisesle had “no knowledge that [the wig and other items] were stolen” and that she had only been wearing it “to show off” and was unaware of its “extravagance.”
“This was not a ‘dress’ of the type of clothing the public was expected to wear,” the lawsuit said.
The company also said that “the wig was given without the consent of Giseles dresser.”
Gisesle has been suspended from the fashion company’s roster, while the suit is pending.
Giselle’s attorney did not immediately respond to ABC News’ request for comment.