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Behind the Scenes at Gap 1969's Headquarters

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Last week, we ventured inside the Gap 1969 design HQ in Los Angeles (we’re talking way downtown here), and got a chance to go shutter-happy on their creative space. In an event put on by Vogue magazine (we’re obsessed with the lovable Anne Vincent), we chatted with the design team (including the super chill Creative Director Rosella Giuliani), took a peek at their inspiration boards, spoke about the direction the brand is going in for the upcoming months (get ready—it’s really good!), and had an intimate fashion show with four ridiculously good looking spokespeople (seriously, they were stunning). Here, Racked presents a voyeuristic view through the POV of Gap’s 1969 entity.
· Gap 1969 [Official Site]