Taylor Swift Quickly Changes ‘Folklore’ Merch Logo After Logo Controversy Emerged

Taylor Swift Quickly Changes ‘Folklore’ Merch Logo After Logo Controversy Emerged

First, we got the attractive fantasy music video, then we found out that we could twin with Taylor and actually purchase the cardigan from the video, and now there's a new version of the track. In the album announcement, Taylor revealed she wrote and recorded folklore in isolation with help from The National's Aaron Dessner, Bon Iver and her frequent collaborator and friend Jack Antonoff.

Amira previously explained the issue over the similarities between Taylor's logo for her album merchandise and the website's name.

In the end, Swift "is left in the cold by [the] lover who deserted her, and like a cardigan, she pulls out her sweeter memories of the relationship to warm and console her".

Furthermore, she claimed her gratitude expressing about the damages that her company's brand faced.

'I recognize that Taylor has been a strong advocate for women protecting their creative rights, so it was good to see her team is on the same page.

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Rasool, 24, told InStyle that when she first learned the name of Taylor's new album, she didn't think much about the fact that it was the same as her website, since "folklore" is a common enough word.

On Tuesday, Taylor responded to Amira Rasool's accusations.

When folklore first dropped, fans were quick to dissect each and every word Swift wrote - because as we know with the singer, they are often filled with intention. "It's not just damaging to one Black woman, it's all the brands that we work with". While Taylor hasn't commented on any of the fan theories circulating online about her new albums, there are definitely some parallels between Taylor and Phoebe's lyrics. "Yesterday, we were made aware of a complaint that the specific use of the word "the" before "folklore album" on some of the folklore album merchandise was of concern".

When you watch Taylor Swift's "Cardigan" video, you'll surely notice the dream-like scenery and the star's whimsical style.

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