Jennie Garth and Luke Perry Join Old Navy’s ‘90210’ Campaign

Which '90s celebs will Old Navy drag from the vault next, you ask? Well, it looks like they're sticking with the old Beverly Hills, 90210 cast for now. Crispin Porter + Bogusky follows up last week's spot starring Jason Priestley and Gabrielle Carteris with this new execution featuring, yes, Jennie Garth and Luke Perry. Garth here plays a teacher who introduces the chain's Famous Jeans back-to-school special. Perry, meanwhile, still has his motorcycle and is still hanging around high school long past an appropriate age. Shannen Doherty would be a great get for the next spot, though something tells me it would be Ian Ziering. Credits after the jump.

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