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Landlord most recently pushed their creative boundaries last month with their third collection – and now, it looks like they’re willing to go even a little further, as the the NYC-based label has just teamed up with Gap for a new collaboration.

Available exclusively through the “I am Gap” pop-up shop in London’s Covent Garden, the collection sees Gap’s classic men’s and women’s silhouettes being reworked by Landlord’s creative direction. According to Landlord’s founder Ryohei Kawanishi, the collection was heavily inspired by Gap’s 1990 advertising campaigns for khakis.

Pieces in the collection range in price from $40 USD to $175, and will be available starting March 9 through the end of the month.

Words by Marcus Cho
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