Gap Fall 2014
- Denim veered into more ambitious styles including plenty of cropped and distressed looks—a far cry from "flattering most of middle America." The company's favorite fabric was re-worked in shirts, dresses, and outerwear, including this covered-butto
- Outerwear is clean, sophisticated, and feels high-quality. A few highlights included the wool jackets and this quilted, hooded, leather bomber. Details like center back seams, dropped shoulders, and elevated fabric choices should surprise and delig
- Non-denim separates grew up. It was like COS deja vu flipping through the streamlined skirts, trousers, and blouses, which stick to a palette of black, navy, and camel. Texture and material choice, again, take the paired-down silhouettes up a notch
- Shoes and bags stay laid-back. Highlights included a Chelsea boot available in a trio of colors (black, brown, grey) and a small crossbody (pictured). A few leather tote/purse hybrids are also available, but the men's black leather oversized tote a
- GapFit follows the formula: Hues are gray, black, and cream with a few hits of jewel tones; prints are urban, abstract, and not the focus; "athleisure" pieces (like the raglan sweatshirt style pictured bottom left) got the texture treatment. Active
- Even kidswear is muted. Almost all of the Gap Kids offerings were gray. Adorable and sophisticated on par with Vince Kids, but gray.