White Shirt Makeover

The white shirt just got a makeover, this time compliments of three up-and-coming designers. This week, Gap will introduce a new limited edition collection for women designed exclusively for Gap by Doo.Ri, Rodarte and Thakoon. The collection, named Gap Design Editions, is part of Gap’s recently announced partnership with the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund, an initiative established to support and encourage new American design talent.

Each designer created three interpretations of the classic white shirt. Items will range in price from $68 to $88.

Doo.Ri’s collection for Gap reflects her smart, clean design aesthetic, and includes a feminine shirt with a scarf drape at the neck ($68); a tailored camp shirt ($68); and a flowing, belted shirt dress ($88).

Reflecting Rodarte’s trademark whimsy and self-proclaimed obsession with bows, their collection for Gap features a sleeveless blouse adorned with bows around the neckline ($78); a trapeze sleeveless top ($68); and a trapeze mini-dress with front pockets and bow detail ($88).

Featuring a tie-neck blouse with puffed sleeves ($88), a belted shirt dress with puffed sleeves ($88), and a shirt dress with ruffle detail at the waist ($88), Thakoon’s collection for Gap will help bring his style and sensibility to everyday consumers.


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