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First Look: Gap's Limited Edition Tees

April 29, 2010 by Aria Hughes
shefinds | Style

The Met Costume Institute Gala is a big deal–everyone in fashion goes, and we love ooh-ing over their dresses. This year, Gap‘s creative director Patrick Robinson will host the bash with Oprah. Which is pretty awesome, considering Gap is a mainstream brand–but the reality is, everyone wears it. Even Sharon Stone once wore a Gap tee on to the Oscars.  To celebrate the exibit (this year it’s  “American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity,”  Gap conveniently designed these limited edition tees, below, inspired by women of all eras.

Each of the t-shirts (priced between $34.50 and $44.50) embody iconic American style, so whether you fancy yourself a modern day flapper like Louise Brooks (the first t-shirt on the right) or a screen siren like Lauren Bacall, (the black t-shirt below) there’s something for everyone. Check out a first look of the t-shirts that will be available online and in stores May.3:

Get prepped for the weekends with our guides to the best tees for your shape, the best skinny jeans, and the best sneakers.

 

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