How Gap Is Honoring the Late Stephen “tWitch” Boss With New Campaign

One campaign photo showcases Stephen in the middle of a dance move and striking a pose in a varsity jacket with the year 1968 emblazoned on the right side. He paired the look with rolled-up pants, black loafers and a Gap logo tote bag.

Other pieces in the collection include the brand’s classic logo hoodies, basketball shorts, sweatpants and more. Select styles will also be available for kids, including minis of the logo hoodie, sweatpants, tees, among other items.

Gap is also paying tribute to the late So You Think You Can Dance star by supporting The 988—the national suicide prevention hotline—and donating to the Vibrant Emotional Health, which provides free counseling to people in crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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