So what if that Calvin Klein ad was a little rape-y? Supermodel Lara Stone likes it that way, or so she says in the UK issue of Vogue. In case you missed the dustup, the Advertising Standards Bureau in Australia banned a recent ad from the provocative marketer, saying it not so subtly suggested sexual violence. Stone's at the center of that campaign and she had this to say about it: "I think naughty shoots suit my personality. I don't mind doing a straightforward fashion shoot, but it's more fun when there's something naughty in it." So there, you prudish Aussies! In other fashion news that packs a punch, the Hells Angels are suing designer Alexander McQueen and retailers Saks Fifth Avenue and Zappos for infringing on the outlaw motorcycle club's "death head" trademark. The infamous bikers have used the winged skull as their logo for decades— it's been repeatedly registered, the club's copyright lawyer says—and they don't take kindly to seeing it on the McQueen label's clutch purses, scarves and dresses. If there were ever an unwise bit of borrowing, this would be it. To any designers considering lifting a piece of motorcycle gang property: don't. If you're jonesing for a walk on the wild side, can't you just go after the Sons of Anarchy license?