Cartier None Too Pleased by Vulgar Parody of Its Brand Logo

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Surprise! Cartier doesn't like hats that spoof the brand's scripted logo by repurposing it as an insult derived from a slang word for female genitalia. According to the Daily Beast, a Parsons grad student originally made two "Cuntier" beanies as a personal gag because some people at a Cartier store were being mean to his friend.

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