Frequent question: Why Myntra logo is offensive?

The e-commerce fashion giant Myntra has decided to change its logo after a woman activist filed a complaint with the state cyber police alleging that the logo was offensive towards women. The complaint was filed by a Mumbai-based activist Naaz Patel in association with Avesta Foundation NGO.

Fashion e-tailer Myntra has decided to change its logo following a complaint by a Mumbai-based activist, who alleged that the brand’s signage was offensive towards women. Having forced to revamp its logo, the brand has confirmed changing the logo across its website, app and packaging material.

What is wrong with Myntra?

E-commerce website Myntra is set to change its logo after a Mumbai-based activist lodged a complaint with the state cyber police, alleging that the company’s signage was “insulting and offensive” towards women. The complaint was lodged by a woman named Naaz Patel, the founder of an NGO called Avesta Foundation.

Who is owner of Myntra?

What does Myntra mean?

Myntra is an Indian fashion e-commerce company headquartered in Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. The company was founded in 2007 to sell personalized gift items.In May 2014, Myntra.com was acquired by Flipkart.

Is Myntra logo changed?

Fashion e-tailer Myntra is changing its logo following a complaint by a Mumbai-based activist who alleged that the brand’s signage was offensive towards women. Sources close to the company confirmed the development and said Myntra is changing the logo across its website, app and packaging material.

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Is Myntra Indian company?

Myntra, an Indian e-commerce fashion company is located in Bengaluru, India. The company was launched in 2007 to sell personalized gift items. Founded by Mukesh Bansal along with co-founders Vineet Saxena, and Ashutosh Lawania. In its initial days, Myntra sold on-demand personalized gift items.