Title:
Garment with surface ornamentation
United States Patent D693132


Inventors:
Oranzo, Jason Christian (New York, NY, US)
Application Number:
29/430297
Publication Date:
11/12/2013
Filing Date:
08/23/2012
Assignee:
Victoria's Secret Store Brand Management, Inc. (Reynoldsburg, OH, US)
Primary Class:
International Classes:
(IPC1-7): 0404
Field of Search:
D5/4, D5/43, D5/47, D5/50, D5/53, D5/55-65, D5/99, D5/1, D5/2, D5/3, D19/1, D19/5, D32/43, D6/602, D6/612, D6/592, 2/900, 5/490, 5/495, 15/208, 112/401, 112/416, 112/439, 139/383R, 139/383B, 428/32, 428/66.5, 428/85, 428/151, 428/152, 428/187, 428/542.6, D2/742, D2/840, D2/852, D2/853
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Primary Examiner:
Acker, Karen S.
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Andrus, Sceales, Starke & Sawall, LLP
Claims:
CLAIM

1. The ornamental design for a garment with surface ornamentation, as shown and described.

Description:

FIG. 1 is a first embodiment of a garment with surface ornamentation according to my new design;

FIG. 2 is a second embodiment of a garment with surface ornamentation; and,

FIG. 3 is a third embodiment of a garment with surface ornamentation.

The claim is directed to the solid lines in the drawing. The garment with surface ornamentation is flat and planar. The broken lines represent portions of the garment with surface ornamentation that form no part of the claimed design.