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E-commerce platform ‘Myntra’ forced to revamp their logo after controversy

Mumbai: India’s leading e-commerce platform ‘Myntra’ forced to revamp their logo after controversy came up of accusing the company’s logo as indecent and insulting to women.

The complaint was filed by Ekta Naaz, founder and director of Avestha Foundation, a social service platform. She alleged the pink-orange shaded letter ‘M’ as indecent, derogatory and denigrating to women.

Myntra is an Indian fashion e-commerce company headquartered in Bengaluru, Karnataka. It is one of most successful e-commerce platforms in the market.

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