Looks like it's OK for Stella to be nude in public: A British judge has declined to stop the release of a new Stella McCartney perfume in a dispute over the right to use the word "nude." High Court Judge Christopher Floyd denied today a bid by Nude Brands Ltd., to stop the launch of McCartney's new scent "STELLANUDE" while it sued for trademark infringement.
Nude Brands, which is run by entrepreneur Bryan Meehan and Ali Hewson, wife of U2 singer Bono, says it holds a registered trademark for the capitalized word "NUDE." The judge said an injunction risked causing "massive disruption" to McCartney's business.
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