The Gap designer Patrick Robinson has one antidote to the winter blues: a limited-edition line of T-shirts designed in collaboration with Pantone, the fashion industry’s color authority, complete with its own pop-up shop next to the Gap at 54th Street and 5th Avenue. Judging from the holiday sales reports, the cheap and cheerful crews and V-necks will add a bright spot to Fifth Avenue’s otherwise bleak mood. Think of them as Prozac for your closet. The Moment caught up with Robinson on the eve of the opening for a colorful bit of conversation. Read the full interview with Patrick Robinson at The Moment
Prozac for your closet — Gap’s new Pantone T-shirts at the New York Gap pop-up shop, opening today.