Introducing Gap + GQ

Gap is launching its sixth limited-edition menswear collection with GQ's Best New Menswear Designers!

From Paris to Brooklyn and Tokyo, these three designers below, who are featured in a special advertising insert in the October 2017 issue of GQ magazine, are throwing down their mini-collections exclusively for Gap and GQ. 

Ami (Paris, France)

 AMI’s Alexandre Mattiussi draws inspiration from the streets of Paris, turning sportswear and streetwear on its head. The result is the definition of modern French style.


United Arrows and Sons (Tokyo, Japan)

United Arrows and Sons, the brainchild of Motofumi “Poggy” Kogi, is the driving force behind Japanese fashion, bringing together refined tailoring and cutting-edge casual-wear to create an entirely original attitude.


Kinfolk (Brooklyn, New York)

Founded by Jey Perie, Kinfolk is the heart and soul of the Brooklyn creative class, creating streetwise clothes with an edgy sensibility. Inspired by workwear and urbane archetypes, their clothes are easy and relaxed and coveted by those in the know.


The collection consists of a variety of pieces including outerwear, knits, sweaters, denim, tee shirts, button down shirts and accessories. The collection is available now at select Gap stores in more than seven countries, including the United States, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Japan, and throughout Europe. The collection prices range from $29 to $299.

This post is sponsored by GAP but the content and opinions expressed are my own.

Posted on October 24, 2017 and filed under Style.