Australian model in bitter feud with Seafolly

Australian model and actress Megan Gale has vowed to never work with Seafolly again after the swimwear brand allegedly discontinued her Isola label and replaced it with a similar range.

Gale has slammed Seafolly’s new Milea collection as bearing a “striking resemblance” to her label, which she founded with Seafolly in 2010, reports the Australian Daily Telegraph.

The supermodel parted ways from the brand in August last year, on what appeared to be amicable terms.

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She said on social media at the time: "After six successful, wonderful seasons together partnering with Seafolly we have decided to part ways.

“I will now retain full ownership over the brand. I’m resting the brand for at least a season which seems like the smartest thing I can do, while I consider my options – whether to run the business myself or partner with someone new.”

But the niceties soon ended when Gale discovered that Seafolly had dropped the Isola line and launched the Milea range.

"It was really hard to process that after years of putting my heart and soul into a partnership that I trusted,” she said in an interview with the Telegraph last month.

“Never ever would I imagine that a few months following I would be facing the news that I was. It was really hard to process that after years of putting my heart and soul into a partnership that I trusted,” she added.

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