Gap and fashion icon Dapper Dan have introduced their latest spring collection, showcasing head-to-toe western denim styles inspired by the original cowboy. The 22-piece capsule marks a significant expansion from previous collections, offering customers a wider range of Dapper Dan‘s signature logomania universe infused into Gap’s iconic product styles and fabrics.
Captured in a 2-minute film by photographer Joshua Kissi, the collection features diverse faces from Harlem’s Graham Court apartment building, celebrating the community that inspires Dapper Dan.
The DAP GAP logo hoodie is central to the collaboration and is now available in four new colorways. Dapper Dan aims to destigmatize these hoodies in the community, reclaiming them as symbols of evolving clothing and brand identity in today’s culture.
In addition to the iconic logo hoodies, the spring capsule introduces styles across various categories, including a denim kimono jacket, Western-style button-down shirts, embroidered Oxford shirts, and houndstooth denim jackets with matching pants. The collection also features GapKids and babyGap items, making it the largest Dapper Dan collaboration.
Launching on February 9, the collection will be available at select Gap stores nationwide and online, catering to sizes from kids’ 8 to adult XXXL, with prices ranging from $25 to $158.
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