Gap partners with Pendleton Woolen Mills for autumm
US apparel giant Gap Inc has revealed it will partner with Oregon-based lifestyle brand Pendleton Woolen Mills on a limited-edition collection set to roll out in the autumn.
The Gap x Pendleton collection, which includes men's, women's and kids' wear, has been coined a "celebration of American style" by the retailer and will bring together Gap's penchant for denim and Pendleton's signature plaids specially curated from the brand's archive of historic patterns.
"We're excited to bring a unique pairing of two American icons to our customers with this new collaboration combining the best of Gap and Pendleton's signature styles," says Jeff Kirwan, Gap global president. "Both brands have played an important role in shaping the American wardrobe and have won generations of fans along the way, making this the ideal collection to share with the whole family."
The collection, which is available now at select global Gap stores and online, is priced between US$199 and $16.95.
Last week, Gap published the names and locations of the factories which manufacture garments for its namesake, Banana Republic, Old Navy and Athleta brands. The retailer revealed supplier information, including the factory name and full address, in a 47-page document that includes facilities in Bangladesh, Myanmar and Indonesia.
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