Gap launches the next Gap | Sarah Jessica Parker collection, a limited-edition assortment of girls and boys apparel and accessories. This is the second season of the collaboration which reunites Gap and Parker, who starred in a series of Gap ads in the early aughts. Inspired by Parker’s childhood memories and favorite hand-me-downs, each piece is meant to be worn, loved and shared forward with a wish for the future.
Rooted in Parker’s affinity for family heirlooms, each piece in the collection is meant to be shared and passed down, with a tale to tell. Filled with classic black watch plaids, whimsical prints, floral embellishments, polka dots and stripes, Gap | Sarah Jessica Parker offers a variety of wardrobe options for boys, girls and toddlers just in time for the back to school season.
The Gap | Sarah Jessica Parker Fall collection favorites for girls include a denim jacket with quilted nylon green floral sleeves, a pink floral print collared shirtdress as well as denim jeans with floral and polka dot embellishments and a black watch plaid long-sleeve dress with floral embroidery which are also available for toddler girls.
Boys and toddler boys can choose from a green and navy blue striped rugby, a grey zip-up sweatshirt with reversible green and navy blue plaid nylon lining and a pullover hoodie with headphone graphic, one of Parker’s favorite pieces from the collection.
With prices starting from $14.95 up to $78, the collection will be available on August 27 through gap.com and select GapKids stores in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Greater China, Hong Kong and Japan.
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