Fashion designer Sophie Theallet poses in her studio in Brooklyn.
CFDA award winners Sophie Theallet, Patrik Ervell, and Monique Péan unveil their respective women's, men's, and jewelry collections for Gap.
Each of the standout designers have created pieces that reflect their unique aesthetic, offering Gap's mass consumer base a taste of what a high fashion luminary-in-the-making is all about.
Sophie Theallet - a Thread darling and First Lady favorite - will present sweet and feminine dresses, skirts, and tops with her signature disarming French sartorial charm. Her Gap collection grants access through its slightly lower prices ($148-$248). We'll see you in line for those items, for sure.
Then, there's Patrik Ervell, who grew up in Gap's hometown of San Francisco. Drawing on the store's strength in basic classics, Ervell did men's pieces ($188-$248), like jeans and shirts, with his intelligent cut and throwback accents.
Jewelry designer Péan replicated her coveted one-of-a-kind, eco-conscious baubles in bulk for the project. There are 12 styles ($198-$248) made from natural materials, including horn, buri twine, and organic cotton.
The highly anticipated lines go live at Gap's Fifth Avenue at 53rd Street flagship.