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Fashion is moving forward. Stay one step ahead of the Next Big Thing with Gap Inc.
Our five iconic brands are reaching new geographies, as digital reshapes the storefront and puts customers first.
Every employee has a passion and a story. Learn more about the values we live every day through the people who drive our company to be the world’s favorite for American style.
Inspiring volunteer Athena White mentors young people through This Way Ahead, our paid store internship program.
At Gap Inc., we believe a healthy environment is a human right, and we’re working hard to help tackle the interconnected threats of climate change and the global water crisis.
We believe environmental issues are human rights issues. We’re working hard to integrate sustainability into every aspect of our business – from tackling climate change to conserving water to using more sustainably sourced raw materials.
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Learn how Don Fisher transformed retail.
More than the clothes we create, Gap Inc. is defined by its people. Our dedicated, eclectic, passionate culture is driven by pros, with personality. Say hello, get to know us, and take a closer look at what (and who) we're made of.
Gap Inc. is partnering with Canopy with a goal of protecting ancient and endangered forests.
In its latest ranking of the top 100 most diverse & inclusive companies worldwide, Thomson Reuters recognized Gap Inc. as second out of 7,000 global companies reviewed.
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By 2020, one million women will gain the skills and confidence to change the course of their lives through the Gap Inc. P.A.C.E. program.
Learn more at Gap.com/PACE.
Gap Inc. P.A.C.E. (Personal Advancement & Career Enhancement) provides life skills, education and technical training to more than 30,000 female garment workers — and the number is growing every day.
Our denim designer shares her design process, her first-date jean and what's on the horizon for denim at Banana Republic.
For the latest and greatest Gap Inc. news — plus an inside look at what it's like to work for Gap Inc. and our brands — visit our aDressed blog.
At Gap Inc., we recognize the human and environmental threat of climate change, and essential to combating that threat is moving toward a low-carbon economy.
Our latest development in denim comes in direct response to what our customers across all brands have been asking for.
Follow along with the journey of a Gap associate who has been with the brand since 1975 — when the now-global brand was just a kid. Learn more about her commitment to customer service, customers’ favorite products and why she says she’ll always be with Gap.
The largest leather manufacturer in the U.S., San Francisco-based Circa of America has designed and produced millions of belts for Gap, Banana Republic and Old Navy brands — going all the way back to 1969, when Gap Inc. was founded in San Francisco.
Leading up to 2017 Pride celebrations across the U.S. Damien Merino, a project manager at Old Navy, shares his story.
Gap Inc. publicly reiterated its commitment to act on climate change and the goal of cutting the carbon footprint of global facilities in half by the end of 2020.
Go behind the scenes with Old Navy, and find out what fuels the brand's Active design team.
Get an inside look into our design studio at our headquarters in San Francisco.
Curating an irresistible wardrobe for the fashion-obsessed. Discover the inspiration behind our curated mix.
Athleta's innovative fabric offers true 360-degree stretch in both length and width. Integrating this technology into designs tailored to maximize the performance potential delivers a collection designed for dynamic performance — helping the wearer feel great while she trains harder.
We are committed to integrating sustainability into our design and production decisions to reduce the environmental impacts of each garmet.
How do Gap, Banana Republic and Old Navy make Friendsgiving happen together? See how eight designers/bloggers brought the brands together with their own personal takes.
Gap unveils a pilot DressingRoom app by Gap, created to help customers virtually “try on" clothing through a smartphone, Augmented Reality experience.
Getting recognized by any industry for your work is a great honor, but being included in Business of Fashion’s first-ever Best Companies To Work For In Fashion report is especially exciting.
We have been committed to creating equality and opportunity from the beginning when our co-founders Doris and Don Fisher opened their first Gap store, and stood together as equal partners. We believe our business succeeds in a world where everyone has the chance to stand as equals and thrive. We are honored and grateful to be a Catalyst Award winner.
Take a look behind the scenes at Gap and Banana Republic teams working to develop their Summer 2016 product in Hong Kong a few short months ago, when current store offerings were simply patterns, ideas and early prototypes. Peek into the process through the above video, and see if you can spot current offerings in Gap and Banana Republic stores.
Inspired by participants and their dreams for their daughters, P.A.C.E. education programming extends to girls ages 13-17 starting in fall 2016. Watch the video series produced in partnership between Gap, 3 Stories x Condé Nast studio, Vogue, and filmmaker Vanessa Black to meet three women participating in P.A.C.E.
Meet two of the people who bring print, pattern and color to life on fabrics at Old Navy and find out how some of the prettiest patterns come to be.
Ever wonder why the knit you're wearing is shaped the way it is or drapes the way it does? Take a peek at Gap Inc. teams crafting product details, from the fit of a blouse to the color of chinos.
Inclusion and sustainability are core values at Gap Inc. Take a look back at the year with Gap Inc. in recognition of sustainability, diversity, and equality in 2016.
Since the company’s founding over 47 years ago, Doris Fisher has demonstrated what it means to be an influential woman in the workplace.
Check out our new commitments to dramatically increase the use of more sustainable fibers and processes in apparel production. See what sustainability looks like at Gap Inc.
Have you ever wondered what's behind the experience of shopping online? Meet Gap Inc.'s San Francisco-based team that captures all of the photos designed to help shoppers evaluate potential purchases.
As we celebrate Pride Month in 2017, here's a look at how some of our Gap Inc. employees wear their pride. How do you wear yours?
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