Vogue magazine threatens to take legal action against a tiny Cornish pub that has the SAME name


Iconic fashion magazine Vogue is threatening to sue a beloved 200-year-old pub nestled away in a tiny hamlet after claiming its name could confuse its readers.

Conde Nast, the publisher of Vogue, has reportedly sent a ‘cease and desist’ letter to family-run Star Inn at Vogue, a hamlet near the leafy civil parish of St Day, Cornwall.

Publicans Mark and Rachel Graham were ordered to stop using the homonymous name of the Cornish hamlet to prevent confusing the glossy magazine’s readers.

Signed off…



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