28 June 2005 22:15
A former stylist with U2 has told the Dublin Circuit Civil court that items including a stetson and a pair of trousers were given to her by Bono following the Joshua Tree tour in 1987.
U2 are seeking to retrieve a number of items which Lola Cashman tried to auction in 2002.
Band frontman Bono denied the band is suing Ms Cashman because she had written an unauthorised biography about them.
Ms Cashman, 45, worked for the band for nearly two years in the 1980s.
During that time she created the band's look for their Joshua Tree and Rattle and Hum tours.
The band claim the items were not hers to sell, and are suing for their return.
The stylist published the unauthorised biography of U2 last year.
The case will resume in the morning.