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Gap to open London pop-up store

Casualwear giant Gap is to open a pop-up store in London to mark the 40th anniversary of the opening of Gap’s first denim store.

According to reports, Gap will open a pop-up store in Kingly Court, just off Regent Street, on September 10. A Gap pop-up store will also open in Paris and New York.

This week saw the launch of the LA pop-up store which was attended by a host of A-list Gap fans who were given a private view of the new 1969 denim collection, which has been designed by Gap’s head of design Patrick Robinson.

In 1969, Gap opened its first store in San Francisco selling Levi’s blue jeans and records and tapes. The audio products were sold for only three months.

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