Unlikely, but with Zac Posen being named its creative director, you never know. Plus, fashion’s doll fixation, thrift shopping at H&M and pop-ups to pop by.
No sooner, it seems, had Zac Posen whipped up a series of ball gowns for a TV miniseries than he was named to top creative positions at brands better known for cargo pants and pajama sets. On Monday Mr. Posen, 43, whose namesake brand ceased operations in 2019, was announced as the new creative director of Gap Inc. and the new chief creative officer of Old Navy.
The designer known for pieces that evoke Golden Age Hollywood will “serve as cultural curator and creative partner,”
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