Stores across the country remain boarded up, as the presidential election remains uncertain.
Officials and business owners in Seattle; Portland, Ore.; Minneapolis, and other major cities are being proactive about safety.
The plan includes closing Gap and Banana Republic stores, doubling the Athleta business and growing Old Navy from a $8 billion to $10 billion brand.
The group is reviewing the warehouse and distribution model, and Gap and Banana Republic e-commerce operations in Europe.
The “Dream the Future” engages Gap’s community through dance to share hope and happiness during the holiday season.
Designers Kimberly Goldson, Kristian Lorén and Richfresh were selected to work on the collaborative project.
The winner will develop a sustainable capsule collection.
Having worked for Giorgio Armani, Gap and other fashion companies, the designer is working to employ and empower displaced garment workers.
Several major brands have launched initiatives or released collections that aim to encourage voter registration and provide essential resources to improve turnout.
Breitbard will devote his time and effort on Gap, which has been slumping for years.
He will oversee brands including Ben Sherman, BCBG Max Azria and Martha Stewart.
Still fearful of large crowds amid the pandemic, many worry voters will opt out of voting altogether this year.