Fashion companies aren’t usually keen on people counterfeiting their goods or misusing their logo, even if it’s for satirical purposes. But some have a curiously relaxed approach when it comes to appropriating the designs of others themselves, especially when it comes to turning symbols of counterculture into motifs for corporate fashion.

With its zonked out face, the Nirvana logo is one of the best band logos of all time, famously appearing on T-shirts with the phrase “Flower sniffin’, kitty pettin’, baby kissin’, Corporate rock whore”. So the remaining members of the Seattle grunge band were not impressed when fashion company Marc Jacobs launched a T-shirt featuring a very similar design as part of a collection dubbed ‘Redux Grunge’. The epic legal battle that ensued has finally reached a conclusion.