The owners of the burnley Vogue club say they have been forced to change the name of the club after being threatened by the legal action of the international fashion magazine of the same name.
Rebecca and Jason McQuoid said they didn’t agree with the challenge and initially tried to fight it, but it took time to redesign their business.
“No one would think: ‘? I didn’t know this week was Kate Moss at the fashion bernley, “they told a local radio station, 2BR. “Everyone knows this has nothing to do with magazines. Bully, I can’t think of anything else – it’s a big business bullying a small one.
“They’ve made millions. They don’t care about doing something at burnley.”
Vogue is “the first nightclub in burnley, open on Thursdays, fridays and Saturdays, until 8am”, hosting “the largest and best DJ and event in the northwest”.
“As a policy, Advance and CondeNast Britain will not comment on unresolved disputes,” CondeNast, publisher of Vogue, said in a statement.
This year, a music site in Yorkshire, called Ritz, dates back to 1937 and was threatened by a five-star Ritz London hotel.
Mandy Townsend, the club’s bar manager, is the center of the northern soul and rock fans, saying: “people travel from all over the country to us. This is the name Ritz has known for 80 years under this name.
“We have never seen anyone here think they should be in London. It’s ridiculous. We’re really shocked and upset. “