Gabriela Herstik
February 06, 2017 1:54 pm
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All’s fair in love and fashion? Leave it to Raf Simmons to update the beloved Calvin Klein logo. That’s right, the classic logo you know and love is now defunct. But you can breathe easy, it’s only gotten a bit of a modern upgrade. Simmons, whose first show as designer for Calvin Klein is on February 10th at New York Fashion Week, collaborated with Peter Saville to help revamp the classic Calvin Klein Logo. Saville, who’s responsible for the album art for Joy Division and New Order, brought the logo into the 21st century with capitalized letters and some tweaks on spacing. The brand debuted the change on Instagram, saying it was “a return to the spirit of the original. An acknowledgement of the founder and foundations of the fashion house.”

Simmons, who left the helms of Dior in October of 2015, is celebrated for making the house fresh, young and approachable, a legacy we’re sure the designer will bring to Calvin Klein. Besides unveiling the sleek, new logo, Simmons has also started “Calvin Klein By Appointment,” a made to measure line hand crafted in NYC that, you guessed, is by appointment.

And although we’re excited to see how Calvin Klein evolves, we can’t help but feel bittersweet about the ending. All those years of hoarding CK boxers, bras and tees, and suddenly they’re vintage! Well, if there’s any time to get your hands on all the Calvin Klein merchandise you can see, it’s now.