Shop for men's, women's, kids, and baby clothes. [Description from dmoz]
The ubiquitous clothing retailer Gap has been filling closets with jeans and khakis, T-shirts and poplin since the Woodstock era. The company, which operates about 3,150 stores worldwide, built its iconic casual brand on basics for men, women, and children, but over the years has expanded through the urban chic chain Banana Republic and ailing budgeteer Old Navy, launched in 1994. Other brand extensions include GapBody, GapKids, and babyGap; each also has its own online incarnation. All Gap clothing is private-label merchandise made exclusively for the company. From the design board to store displays, Gap controls all aspects of its trademark casual look. Gap was founded by Don and Doris Fisher in 1969. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 2.7 million U.S. monthly people.
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