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Gap on Robertson

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The Gap 1969 Concept Store opened on Robertson in Los Angeles this morning and shoppers seem pretty darn excited to get their hands on Gap's creations as well as the company's recently-launched under-$100 premium denim line. In addition to stocking all the cool new jeans things, like the Baby Gap 1969 Collection, white leather jackets, and the v. cool motorcycle-inspired jacket (right), the sheer magnitude of merchandise seems mind-boggling. The back wall holds over 1,000 pairs of jeans! [Racked LA]