France's first lady is taking legal action to stop a clothing company from distributing bags bearing a nude black-and-white image of her.
Carla Bruni-Sarkozy has exclusive ownership rights to her image, her attorney says.
She is seeking $165,200 in damages from the clothing vendor Pardon, which is based on the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion.
The first lady's lawyer, Thierry Herzog, said Friday that a La Reunion court will hear the case Monday and that she will donate any damages to charity.
Pardon has been giving the bags to its clients.
The nude photo of Bruni-Sarkozy was taken in 1993 when she was a model.