Gap Gets Garance to Sketch and Snap Her Very Own Limited-Edition T-Shirts

It seems like designing your own T-shirt is the Next Big Step in blogger land. After designs from Tavi, Fake Karl, and Danny Roberts, Garance Doré is the next to to mark up some highly covetable tees (the lens lady is quite the illustrator, as well). As a collaboration for The Gap's 40th Anniversary, a London pop-up exhibition of Garance's sketches and photos will feature the talented Parisian artist's quirky line drawings, stunning style shots and stacks of her limited-edition tees. But before you start dreaming up outfits centered around your new acquisition, take heed: Only 69 shirts in each style will be manufactured (the number is in reference to the 1969 Gap brand jean, the new collection of which just launched). But if you can't jet off to the Carnaby Street pop-up, keep an eye on Garance's website for an announcement on how to get your own online. (Garance Doré)

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