After Next recently got in to trouble with its inappropriate onesies print, last week there was news that Zara had received complaints for producing a T shirt for 3 year olds that resembled a concentration camp uniform. Now High Street favourite M & S has problems with pyjamas. Tootsa MacGinty is a small independent children’s clothing designer. They have been contacted recently by several shoppers who claim to have seen one of their designs in M & S stores. The garment in question is kids pyjamas which have a bear on the front. This is the second time the bear’s face has allegedly been used by another retailer. Australian department store group Myer agreed to stop selling a similar design after correspondence last year. M & S have said they will investigate. There are many cases of similar clothing designs appearing in the High Street and sometimes its difficult to say who copies who. If you want cute bear onesie pyjamas our Funzee design is only available online and is definitely an original. It comes with optional matching bear print non-slip socks unique to funzee.