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UNITED COLORS OF BENETTON, Ponzano, Veneto, Italy. CommunitySee all. 6,349,834 people like this. 6,322,400 people follow this.
United Colors of Benetton in Prague, Czech Republic. United Colors of Benetton in Belgrade, Serbia. In 1965, the Benettons opened their first store in Belluno and three years after in Paris. The company's core business consists of their clothing brands: United Colors of Benetton and Sisley Contents. The company is known for sponsorship of a number of sports, and for the provocative and original "United Colors" publicity campaign
Benetton takes on a different issue in 1997, fighting world hunger through its support of the World Food Programme (WFP). Portrayed above is the most startling of the images; it depicts, in an entirely unique way, how hunger can consume the body (no starving bodies here, just spectacular symbolism). Luciano Benetton, the hero of this list one might say, meets a photographer, Oliviero Toscano, in 1982 who shows him that a focus of message over product could be more effective. In that year, Toscano creates the above work. Vaguely Blakean in its Romanticism, two innocent young girls - one white, one black - embrace one another.
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United Colors of Benetton is introduced as a slogan. United Colors of Benetton becomes the trademark. During 1996,�Toscani�refined Benetton’s identity with Massimo Vignelli,�creating a comprehensive visual brand identity and refining the brand signature. All the company’s retail activities were�centralized�under the single name, United Colors of Benetton, written flush left in white Gill Sans on a green rectangle. An identical paper tag (and usually an identical woven label) went on every piece of merchandise whether it was an inexpensive t-shirt, luxurious men’s suit, or women’s dress.