Clothing Brand Serif font, similar to Times New Roman and Angsana New

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fvilanakis's picture

It looks like a modified Times Eighteen (Bold)

mr goods's picture

Hi, thanks for taking a look. Times 18 Bold isn't as squat and wide. Also if you look at the thin parts of the curves on 'm' and 'h' you will see they are thinner on this font. So definitely no strokes added.
Additionally the obvious different slants of the 'h's' and 'm' and 't' top serifs..
I wouldn't of thought someone would've gone to that much effort in Illustrator just for this logo.. gotta be an actual typeface, but not 100%. The h and y obviously blended together.

riccard0's picture

I wouldn't of thought someone would've gone to that much effort in Illustrator just for this logo.

You will be surprised.
Just one brief example: http://typophile.com/node/63410

kthomps5's picture

Closer, but not quite a match for the serifs, is Starling Heavy:
http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/fontbureau/starling/

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