Inspiration – Brooks Brothers Logo Facts, Meaning, History & PNG

Brooks Brothers Logo

Brooks Brothers logo and symbol, meaning, history, PNG

  • Download PNG Brooks Brothers Logo PNG While the Brooks Brothers company is 200 years old, the core symbol of its logotype is even older – it has its roots in the Greek mythology.
  • Meaning and history America’s oldest men’s clothier was established in 1818 by Henry Sands Brooks.
  • In addition to men’s clothes, the range also includes apparel for women, as well as a separate line for Asian customers.
  • History of the Golden Fleece symbol The name “Golden Fleece” refers to the legendary ram from Greek mythology, which, was sought by the Argonauts.
  • Since then, the symbol has been used in quite a few contexts.
  • For instance, back in the 15th century, a depiction of a lamb on a ribbon was used by The Order of the Golden Fleece, which was created by the Duke of Burgundy.
  • The reason why the Duke, who was nicknamed Philip the Good, used this symbol was very simple: he got much of his fortune due to his elite wool flocks.
  • Golden Fleece emblem as part of brand The symbol has been used by the company as its trademark since the 1850s.
  • The idea to adopt it belonged to Henry S. Brooks, who noticed a sheep mascot in elite London shops.
  • Having returned from his trip to London, Henry S. Brooks ordered to paint the sheep above the shop door.
  • Font Most likely, the wordmark either has been drawn by hand or features a heavily customized typeface.
  • The beautiful script, which reminds handwriting, adds a vintage touch.
  • Having a lot in common with the Edwardian Scr Alt ITC font, it is still far from being its exact copy.
  • Color The Brooks Brothers logo is typically given in dark blue against a white background.

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