Gap Listens, Old Logo Stays

Gap Listens, Old Logo Stays

The company responds to the collective online voice.

Kyana Gordon
  • 12 october 2010

After the online revolt that broke out on its Facebook page, other social networks and media outlets, Gap has returned to its original logo less than a week after unveiling its new one. The announcement came last night via its Facebook page, with the following post:

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