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This Is How The Gap Dies

It’s possible America’s most iconic retailer might not survive this

Once upon a time, The Gap was the brand. The brand that Spike Lee and Madonna and Missy Elliot and Picasso would all front for in ad campaigns. That Sharon Stone to the Oscars. It was a generational reference point — of course that’s where Janeane Garofalo’s character — and…

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