Celebrity watch: Manchester ravers clash with KPMG

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Rachael Power
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Two brothers behind the Manchester 1980’s rave scene are in conflict with KPMG over their fashion label’s administration.

Gio-Goi, which was started when Chris and Anthony Donnelly were at the height of their fame in 1989 and worn by stars such as Rihanna and Pete Doherty, went into administration last week.

KPMG set the deadline for preliminary bids this week, but the pair are arguing that they still own the rights to a bank of images and videos related to the brand.

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