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Brief Published: 24 Mar 2011

New Season at Gap


US clothing brand Gap previewed the label’s Autumn/Winter 2011-12 non-denim collection in the US on Monday.

Patrick Robinson, executive vice-president of global design, said the range had developed into “a seven-days-a-week brand”, updating Gap’s characteristically laid back, casual offering with increasingly tailored, smarter options suitable for all occasions.

The A/W women’s line is more modern than previous collections. It features plenty of leather (“your new jean”, according to Robinson), directional panelled jodhpur-esque leggings, military-inspired shirts and two new trouser styles: cropped slim fit, and cropped flared.

For menswear, leather also plays a large role, with bomber and motorcycle jackets sitting alongside knitted shirts, distressed khakis and clean downplayed denim.

The brand’s signature chunky knits – perennially popular across the globe – are still a main feature for both men and women.

A denim preview is soon to follow.