Hells Angels Sue Fashion House on Trademark

Motorcycle gang goes after the late Alexander McQueen
By Nick McMaster,  Newser Staff
Posted Oct 28, 2010 3:04 PM CDT
Hells Angels Sue Fashion House on Trademark
Members of the Hell's Angels motorcycle club line up their Harleys in this 2007 file photo.   (AP Photo/Dino Vournas)

It's on. The Hells Angels are suing the fashion house of late designer Alexander McQueen for stealing the club's trademarked symbols, the Telegraph reports. The gang claims McQueen's imprint used its motifs on a $2,329 handbag, a $1,595 dress, a four-finger silver ring, and, of course, a pashmina scarf. The suit claims McQueen and associated stores, including Saks Fifth Avenue, were trying to exploit the "great commercial value" of the gang's image.
(Read more Alexander McQueen stories.)

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