When: 2007

It's hard not to emulate the inventor of denim jeans. From the arcuates to the red tab to the patch, Levi's has been swaggerjacked by many a brand. Studio D'Artisan's patch—two pigs pulling apart a pair of denim—is only a barnyard animal away from being an exact replica of Levi's horse-laden patch. Obviously, Levi's said "enough of that shit" and cease & desisted the Japanese brand, who then exchanged the ripping denim for...mountains.