Gap Goes Back
Following some hard times at Gap, new creative director Patrick Robinson has taken the mass retailer back to their hay day of the early 90’s. His first collection for the brand includes a somber color palette with some grunge style plaid shirts and floppy knit hats. Although on the reverse some items have been given some more mofern treatment like the the khakis will have a slimmer fit, and the Pierre Hardy desert boots, which is part of his second collaboration with Gap, were distinctly modern. Look for the shoes and the rest of the collection next fall, and perhaps we can see some brghter days ahead for the company who really set the standard in the 90’s.
Info from men.style