Myntra modifies logo after complaint claiming it was offensive to women

Online fashion portal, Myntra has changed its logo activist Naaz Patel filed a complaint with State Cyber Police alleging that the company's signage was insulting and offensive to women.

Patel is the Founder of Avesta Foundation. She filed the complaint in December last year, demanding that the logo be removed and calling for action to be taken against the company. She alleged that the logo is offensive towards women and our society.

Following the complaint, the Cyber Police cell approached Myntra who intimated that they would change the logo. The new logo is now visible on company assets across media. The news of the complaint went viral on social media, with many mocking the suggestive brand logo and some questioning the need for the  brand to change it.


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