Gap joins forces with Sarah Jessica Parker for new kids clothing line
The limited-edition collection was inspired by the actress’ childhood.
Sarah Jessica Parker has joined forces with Gap to create a new children’s clothing line.
The limited-edition collection of apparel and accessories for girls and boys is inspired by the actress’ childhood with ginghams, stripes, florals and eyelets in classic Gap styles.
The range is also a nod to the Sex and the City star’s monthly family tradition of saying “rabbit, rabbit” on the first of every month for good luck, as there are embroidered rabbits found throughout the collection.
The Gap x Sarah Jessica Parker collection includes gingham dresses and separates with eyelet hems, a navy and white stripe flutter sleeve dress with pink roses, a signature rabbit embroidered light blue bomber jacket and a rabbit-inspired basket weave mini handbag for the girls.
Boys can choose from graphic tees and gingham shirts with khakis, as well as the “Ebbit the backpack”.
“Creating this collection with Gap has been such a treat as a mother, as one of eight children, and as a reconnection with the brand,” Parker said.
She had the seal of approval from her actor husband Matthew Broderick and their twin daughters Tabitha and Marion.
The actress also worked with Gap to design two women’s dresses, which are included in the collection.
This venture sees Parker and the retailer reunite after she starred in a series of Gap ads from 2004 to 2005.
Prices start from $16.95 and extend to $78, not including any deals you might find in our guide to Gap promo codes, and the collection will be available on March 1 in the US, as well as other selected countries around the world.
This is also not the first time Parker has turned her creative skills towards the fashion world.
In 2007, she launched a collection called Bitten with discount clothing chain Steve & Barry’s, in 2014 designed a footwear line in collaboration with Nordstrom and the following year was named as the spokesmodel for Jordache Jeans.
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