LOS ANGELES — Rachel DiCarlo resigned as vice president of Gap brand’s global public relations on Tuesday, parent Gap Inc. confirmed.

DiCarlo had been with the company eight years in the division’s New York office, serving as director of p.r. for all three Gap brands — Banana Republic, Old Navy and Gap — before being promoted to her most recent position.

“She just decided to spend some time with her family,” said a Gap spokeswoman, noting DiCarlo has two small children.

The San Francisco-based retailer is still deciding whether to replace DiCarlo, the spokeswoman said.

DiCarlo largely oversaw fashion editorial with magazine editors, as well as flagship openings in New York and Paris.

Perhaps her most memorable campaign was 1997’s “Gap at Work,” which involved dressing brokers at the New York Stock Exchange in head-to-toe khakis to promote casual dressing in the workplace.

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