The year is 2019 and the logo for the apparel company Apparel is being redesigned.
Apparel has been around for over 40 years and was once the most recognizable brand in the fashion industry.
But with the shift to online shopping, Apparel’s brand image has been replaced with a new image of a young woman with a bow and a cross.
Appearances have shifted, and the brand is now known as “Beau Biden.”
But this is only the beginning.
The new logo is going to affect how many people see the brand and the brands merchandise.
And it could also affect the brand’s ability to grow its sales.
The new logo, unveiled in August, is one of the first major changes to the Apparel brand in nearly a decade.
It has been designed by one of Apparels biggest logo designers, Michael Kranish, a designer who has worked on countless logos for brands such as the Gap and J.
Kranish designed the new logo to look like a cross with a woman in the center, with a cross above and a bow behind.
“The new design, like everything else we do, is meant to communicate a message of inclusion and diversity,” Kranisaid in a statement.
“We are also very conscious of how our logo and the rest of our design is perceived.
We have never really been comfortable with how the public perceives the brand.
It is a huge responsibility on our part to make sure that we convey that message.”
In the past, Appels logos have been associated with a diverse range of ethnicities and cultures.
But this time, the brand has chosen to use a white male as its primary design character.
The name “Beaus” is a common word used by white people to refer to African Americans.
But the company says the name is a tribute to Beau Biden, the former Vice President who became the first African American President of the United States.
The company has not commented on the meaning of the name.
“We are excited to introduce the new Beaus brand,” Kramish said.
“It is an iconic symbol of our brand and reflects our vision of inclusive design.”
Kranisch and Kranisch also announced that the new design will also feature the company’s “Bea Bags” line of purses and hats.
The company has also partnered with the Smithsonian to create a new “Beaux Art” exhibit at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
“This exhibition will be a world-class destination for generations of people to experience the world of art,” Krasish said in the statement.