It's time to give up on Gap, guys. It's never going to be what we want it to be.
The all-American brand is still grasping for that retail pixie dust.
The new #normcore?
In the brand's words, #thenewBR is here.
And Uniqlo's chief marketing officer says your personal style isn't as unique as you thought.
Well, it was either him or those mile-long legs of hers.
Gap's new creative director's first mandate to her design team? "Everyone who doesn’t have an opinion can leave the room now."
This is the latest in a series of positive changes for the company.
Including the first-ever tactile fabric print ad, a collaboration with Vogue.
Fashion Just Won't Quit Blackface: Really, Vogue Netherlands? In 2013 we should not still be seeing blackface in our magazines. The BB Cream Blind Test: We hold a blind BB cream testing session to find the "cream" of the BB crop. Check out our top three faves. Beyoncé Takes Center Stage With Nipple Costumes: Fake nipples seem to be a recurring theme on Beyoncé's Mrs. Carter Show World Tour. The singer opened her tour last Tuesday in a blinged-out nipple dress by The Blonds, and wore another gold-nippled bodysuit by Ralph & Russo Couture only two days after.
Gap's new creative director Rebekka Bay officially started work October 1, 2012--and in Gap's fall look book, we're finally getting a glimpse at Bay's influence. Doesn't it look expensive? And super sophisticated? And vaguely Cos-like? Well if it does, it's probably because Bay, who helped found Cos, had a hand in the way the look book was styled and presented.
It's been more than a year since Gap fired creative director Patrick Robinson, and now they've finally hired a replacement, and she has a pretty impressive background.