DALLAS — Lowes unveiled its latest logo and unveiled its newest product this week, and the company is proud of its efforts.
“We are so proud to have worked with Kate Upton to create this year’s logo,” the company said in a statement.
“Kate Upton is a true icon for the brand.
Her style is one of the most iconic and beloved styles of our time, and she has made an impact on so many lives around the world.
As a result, we are thrilled to work with Kate and her team on this year.
She is a world class artist, designer and entrepreneur.
We are proud of the work we have accomplished with Kate, and look forward to sharing it with you soon.”
The brand also announced that Kate Upton would be its first-ever recipient of the 2017 Martha Stewart Citizenship Award, recognizing excellence in the arts and education.
The award, which recognizes excellence in leadership, education and public service, recognizes an individual who has demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to her community and the arts through the pursuit of excellence.
Kate Upton has been honored with the Martha Stewart Community Medal twice in the past three years.
She was honored in 2014 with the prestigious National Medal of Arts and Leadership, which is the nation’s highest honor for leadership in the humanities and the sciences.