If you’re anything like me, you’ve got a wallet or drawer full of old receipts–a reminder of way too many shopping trips and impulse buys.
Starting this summer, the family of Gap, Inc. stores–Athleta, Banana Republic, Gap and Old Navy–is helping erase that paper trail (and the physical evidence of over-shopping!)
Their e-receipts program gets a thumbs up from me.
Plus, it saves trees!
Learn more here.
For the first time ever, Gap is heading to Africa.
As part of its worldwide expansion plan, the brand will open its first store in Egypt in July.
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Even if you can’t possibly imagine yourself shopping at Banana Republic, I’ve got a hunch that what you’re about to read may change your mind.
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As 2010 closes, Gap and Banana Republic will open stores in Milan.
The flagship stores will be located next to each other in Milan’s leading shopping area on the Corso Vittorio Emanuele.
According to Gap, Inc., additional stores will be opened in other Italian cities, including Rome, in 2011.
There are about 3,100 Gap Inc. stores across the world, with more than 170 Gap brand stores in Europe.
Banana Republic has unveiled its Spring Summer 2010 collection, an offering continuity of that brand’s trademark simplicity.
Belted looks, soft fabrics, including silks and satins, and the clog are featured highly in the women’s designs.
Check out a few pics from the collection below.