If you make a habit of shopping at Banana Republic, GAP, Old Navy, or Athleta, you can get $10 off your next purchase with this discounted gift card (it’s branded as a Banana Republic gift card, but it’ll work at any Gap-brand store).
It shouldn’t be a surprise that Banana Republic, Old Navy and GAP are in cahoots when it comes to sales; they are owned by the same company, after all. But with 40% off coming from all three retailers with the code MIDWEEK, maybe you can tack on another resolution to the list: get a whole new wardrobe.
If you make a habit of shopping at Banana Republic, GAP, Old Navy, or Athleta, you can get 20% off this GAP Options card. Since it’s just a gift card, your savings will stack with any other deals or promotions the retailers offer as well.
Previously, the discounts at GAP hadn’t included their jeans, which is a shame because they’re great at denim. But this time, when you use the code COZY, you’ll knock 40% off your entire purchase, and denim is included. Plus, if you spend $75 or more (which will be all too easy with this sale), you’ll get free shipping
Gap Inc. continues to bet on the unstoppable rise of athleisure, and that extends even to kids: They’ve just launched Athleta Girl for customers 6 to 14. Don’t wanna be rude, here, but isn’t most children’s clothing already designed with play in mind?
Following complaints, Gap, Inc. has deleted a tweet advertising Ellen DeGeneres’ GapKids X ED clothing line with an image featuring child acrobats Le Petit Cirque. Critics claim the photo—depicting four girls—uses the lone black model as a passive prop, while the other models appear active.
The Gap is struggling to fulfill orders in time for Christmas gifting due to an “internal error.” So, if you purchased a pair of adequately fitting jeans or a gray cable knit sweater from the Gap as a present this year, you might be out of luck.
It’s been a rough year for retailer J. Crew. The brand has suffered plummeting sales in large part because of its slow and steady move away from affordability and recently laid off 175 employees, including head designer Tom Mora. In an attempt to stop the proverbial bleeding, J. Crew announced that it will launch a…
Gap, a company wandering in the wilderness, has now reached the store closure phase.
Since normcore was a swing and a miss, Gap is currently doing some frantic soul-searching. But meanwhile, low-cost corporate little sister Old Navy is having her moment in the sun.
Oh, Gap. Whither Gap? “Dress Normal” didn’t get their flagship brand anywhere; Piperlime’s days are numbered. Now the company is trying to position itself for the newly dawning Age of Athleisure, betting everybody will start defaulting to yoga pants and leggings.
When I was a child, my dream in life (after becoming a ballerina and/or a pastry chef) was to be a Gap model. It was my favorite store in the world. I owned two zip-up polar fleeces of identical design in different colors. Back to School shopping was paradise. So it deeply saddens me to state now what has become…
It's a sad day for Piperlime fans, i.e., people who like the idea of Zappos but not the low price point. Gap Inc. is officially shutting down the online retailer, instead choosing to focus on their more popular brands like Banana Republic and Athleta.
If you're a plus-size woman buying jeans at Old Navy, you'll pay more than your slender female friends or big-and-tall guy friends. And people are pissed.
Normcore strikes again, trampling yet another victim under its Nike socks/Adidas slippers-clad feet. After launching what was expected to be a successful "Dress Normal" campaign, Gap is now offering their collection at a fraction of the price. There is such thing as too much of a meh thing.