We received a mysterious invitation in our Inbox today, proclaiming "Celebrate the New Old Navy." We didn't know that khakis and blouson t-shirts could be reinvented so forcefully, which makes us wonder what's actually happening to Old Navy. Our guesses? 1. Old Navy realizes everyone in America is now (somewhat) obsessed with fashion - or at least, with "fashion" - and they're turning themselves into a Forever 21, with influxes of on-trend clothes flooding into stores, and flooding out just as quickly. 2. Old Navy is releasing a quirky TV commercial with their new head designer, Todd Oldham, that's going to be like House of Style on a sugar high. 3. Old Navy is finally buying Fred Flare and turning into a complete lifestyle store. That's the rumor, anyway.
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Kim Kardashian's Old Navy Lawsuit Turns Into an Elaborate Investigation of Her 'Reputation'
Remember last summer when Kim Kardashian decided to sue Old Navy for using a girl who supposedly looks like her in their commercials? Her argument was that by doing so, Old Navy caused confusion in the marketplace and violated her intellectual property. Kardashian feels that her reputation has been damaged and is reportedly seeking $20 million from the Gap-owned company. While the law suit was filed back in July, The Gap just responded publicly via the Hollywood Reporter, detailing the case they plan to build against Kardashian and it isn't simple, but it is kind of hilarious.
Watch: The Original Cast of Beverly Hills 90210 Reunites For Old Navy's Back to School Ads
We can't imagine what kept Shannon Doherty and Tori Spelling so busy that they couldn't take part in the Beverly Hills 90210 reunion that is this ne