Cornish pub which shares its name with Vogue gets framed APOLOGY after publisher threatened to sue

The landlord of a beloved 200-year-old Cornish pub has received a framed apology from fashion magazine Vogue after its publisher threatened to sue the business over its similar name. 

Conde Nast had earlier this month sent a ‘cease and desist’ letter to family-run Star Inn at Vogue, a hamlet near the leafy civil parish of St Day. 

However the publisher, who demanded the business change its name, later called off their lawyers, admitting they should have done their research. 

The pub, owned by landlord Mark Graham, 60, far outdates the magazine, while the village it sits in is even older. 

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