Kurt Cobain-Inspired T-Shirt Draws Criticism From Courtney Love

May 22, 2019

It seems that fashion designers and Nirvana just do not mix. The clothing line Vetements, shared an image on their Instagram of a male model wearing a white t-shirt with "Corrporate magazines still suck a lot" written in the same style and font to the t-shirt Kurt Cobain wore on Nirvana's famous 1992 cover of Rolling Stone.

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Cobain's widow, Courtney Love commented on the image, "You guys WHAT the F**K? I hate being put in this position. You should know better!"

If the shirt's design does not bother you, the $550 price tag surely will.

This comes on the heels of Nirvana LLC's lawsuit against Marc Jacobs for allegedly using band's logo without their permission for his new clothing line "Bootleg Grunge Redux." The clothing line is planning on calling Courtney Love, their daughter Frances Bean Cobain, and surviving bandmates Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic as witnesses for the case.