USA: Surfers Sue A&F In Catalogue Row
Controversial youth-oriented apparel retailer Abercrombie & Fitch found itself in the dock today amid allegations of "commercial exploitation" by a group of legendary surfers. The case centres on the company's 1999 "Spring Fever" catalogue which included a photo of 13 legendary surfers who had not been told or given permission for the picture to be used.
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