Twenty-some-odd years ago, few brands loomed larger in American fashion than Gap. Its signature logo hoodies were omnipresent at high schools and on college campuses, and Gap’s marketing attracted big names, with stars like Sarah Jessica Parker and Madonna fronting its campaigns. But perhaps nowhere was Gap’s influence more evident than at malls across America, where its stores populated shopping centers from coast to coast.
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