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How Chanel convinced France's supreme court to change its logo

Comprising two intertwined 'C's placed back-to-back, the Cour de Cassation's historic logo is exactly the same as the one adopted by Coco Chanel for her fashion house.
Comprising two intertwined 'C's placed back-to-back, the Cour de Cassation's historic logo is exactly the same as the one adopted by Coco Chanel for her fashion house. © Glitz.paris
Dating back to the 19th century, the insignia of the highest court in the French judiciary had the misfortune of being identical to the luxury fashion brand's emblem. In response to a letter from Chanel in the early 2000s, the court agreed to change it. [...]
Published on 13.07.2023 at 05:00 GMT Reading time 2 minutes

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