Ciara Teams Up with Gap and LoveShackFancy for Limited-Edition Collection

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Ciara has partnered with Gap and LoveShackFancy for a limited-edition capsule collection that includes apparel and accessories for all generations. The collaboration aims to reimagine Gap’s classic logo and iconic pieces through LoveShackFancy’s unique lens. Mark Breitbard, Gap’s global president, expressed excitement about the unexpected and magical collection that customers worldwide can experience.

Rebecca Hessel Cohen, founder and creative director of LoveShackFancy, shared her enthusiasm for reimagining Gap classics with a nostalgic and fresh twist. The collection features a mix of neutral tones, floral prints, and whimsical textures, showcasing a romantic and nostalgic take on Gap’s signature arch logo typeface.

Ciara. (Photo credit:  Zoey Grossman)

The Gap x LoveShackFancy collection includes a wide range of clothing and accessories for men, women, kids, and babies. Items such as jeans, skirts, dresses, hoodies, and outerwear are part of the lineup, allowing families to have matching moments with shared styles and prints.

Ciara and her kids

Ciara’s children, Future and Sienna, join her in the campaign, promoting the collection that fosters family connections. This isn’t Future’s first time working with Gap, as he previously modeled for Gap Kids.

The collection will be available starting August 4th online and in select Gap stores in the U.S. and globally. Ciara recently attended the Gap x LoveShackFancy launch event, showcasing her platinum-blonde hair and wearing a denim look.

Aside from her fashion collaboration, Ciara remains active in music. She collaborated with Indonesian artist AGNEZ MO on the song “Get Loose” and co-wrote Monica‘s latest track, “Letters.” Ciara’s last solo single, “Da Girls,” was released in March, and she shared alternate versions of the empowering anthem.

Last year, she released two singles, “Jump” featuring Coast Contra and “Better Thangs” with Summer Walker. All three tracks are expected to be part of Ciara’s upcoming eighth album, which she has described as “super R&B.”