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Are Logos Taking Over—or Threatening—Fashion?

A data-driven look at the most buzz-worthy, high-fashion this year, and its abundance of logos.

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Last month, Gucci launched its second capsule collection with outdoor-recreation apparel company, The North Face. Items in this collection are described, as per Gucci’s website, as celebrating ‘values of self-discovery and self-exploration’.




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Madé Lapuerta

Madé Lapuerta

Big nerd writing about the intersection between technology & fashion. Spanish/Cuban turned New Yorker. Founder & Editor at Dashion: medium.com/dashion.

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