Ralph Lauren, I’m onto your tricks, viewers I ask you to look at the image on the left. This was on one of their display racks, what’s the difference between the shirt that they are advertising in the image, and the shirt that they are actually selling. Check out that big awesome logo right on the front.
I’m starting to think that even clothing designers hate the logos that they plaster all over clothing. The image sells the shirt, the image makes it look like a great shirt, but they only offer the version with a logo. I’d love to see an example of this trickery from a newspaper advertisement, only to be met with an almost identical product with logo added.
Ralph Lauren, why doesn’t your in-store image of the shirt have the logo on it?