Farah Rebrand

After working on two successful clothing campaigns, we were asked to refresh the Farah brand as a whole. We looked at their visual identity, garment labelling, retail concept, internal communications and photography style, all of which needed to be brought in-line with the trend-led direction of the company.

Following an in-depth analysis of the company history and its current offer, we suggested that – due to no longer being a retro-inspired brand - the word ‘Vintage’ be dropped from the name altogether. The logotype ‘Farah’ was then re-drawn with unique typographic features.

We also developed an update of the iconic ‘F’ mark which through years of reproduction, had become rounded and imperfect. We re-introduced the more defined features that once gave the mark its original personality and flair. By chiselling the edges of the letterform and re-working stroke thicknesses and curves, the character now looks like a brush stroke or a hand drawn signature.

The new identity and reductionist way of thinking was then applied to garments and labels, stripping back all unnecessary branding until only the logo and famous F-tab remained. New swing tags, metalware and packaging were created and the aesthetic was also transferred into store fit outs, retail concessions and across all digital touch points.

To communicate the refreshed identity internally, a brand guideline was produced outlining the ethos, vision and brand attributes of the company.

Client — Farah
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Retail design by Yum Design
Interior photography from Kristy Noble