LOS ANGELES -- Linda Fargo has joined The Gap as senior director of visual merchandising for the Gap Kids division.
Fargo, who was vice president of visual merchandising for I. Magnin, started at The Gap's San Francisco headquarters on Monday.
She is responsible for visual presentation and windows for all Gap Kids stores and succeeds Lonny Israel, who moved to Gap International. Fargo reports to Stephen Brady, The Gap's senior vice president of visual design.
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