Gap: GQ's latest Best New Menswear Designers In America collection
Gap on Wednesday announced the fourth installment of its exclusive Best New Designers in America collection designed by four designers selected by GQ. The designers from this year’s crop include International Woolmark Prize USA finalist and CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund finalist, David Hart, Chris Stamp of Stampd, Nick Friedberg and Jamie Haller of NSF, and brothers Emil and Sandy Corsillo of The Hill-Side.
"This year's designers all bring something totally new to Gap stores around the world," said Steven Sare, Gap's SVP of Merchandising. "Each designer offers a unique take on what's 'new and now' for men. We're really excited to play a role in bringing this exclusive collection to our customers who've come to anticipate and covet these limited-edition pieces each year."
The collection this season consists of tailored blazers and trousers, overcoats, leather jackets, graphic and classic t-shirts, sweatshirts, sweatpants, denim, field jackets and accessories like shoes, hats, bags, ties and socks ranging in price from $14 to $460.
The GQ Best New Designers in America project was established in 2007, and has since grown after collaborating with Gap. Prior to 2012, the winners collaborated with Dockers and Bloomingdale’s on single items, but have since produced small capsule collections for Gap. Past designers include Alexander Wang, Todd Snyder, CFDA Vogue/Fashion Fund finalist Matt Baldwin of Baldwin, and John Elliott of John Elliott + Co. among others.
The Gap x GQ Best New Designers in America collection will be available at select stores in the US, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Japan, and throughout Europe beginning on September 29.
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