• Your Must-Have Spring Shoe Is Only $80

    Sourcing out good, affordable shoes is no easy feat. It's an endless game of pick two of three: comfortable, trendy, or well-made. But every so often we stumble upon a gem that hits every point on the pyramid. Introducing your new favorite spring shoe: Gap's leather and suede block mule heels. (Yes, your shoe of the season is one you can grab at your next mall visit.)

  • Kate Middleton's 'disgusting' shopping habit slammed by politician

    The role of royals as diplomats is being questioned by an MP, who calls them “ridiculous" and once compared the Middletons to the Kardashians.

  • Christie Brinkley Thanks Gap for Featuring a 63-Year-Old Woman on a Billboard

    Christie Brinkley already stands tall at 5′ 9″ — her height being just one of the many factors that skyrocketed her to model superstardom in the ’90s — but thanks to Gap, she’s now larger than life. Appearing in the San Francisco, Calif.-based brand’s summer campaign, the 63-year-old wears a white long-sleeve shirt with mid-rise jeans and a brown belt. Brinkley’s just one of the ad’s stars, including Priyanka Chopra, Alek Wek, Wiz Khalifa, and more, and was chosen to appear on a billboard in New York City’s Times Square. Upon seeing herself on the massive poster in one of the most foot-trafficked tourist spots in the world, Brinkley snapped a picture and shared it on Instagram.

  • Kate Middleton Pairs Diana’s Glittery Tiara With Pink Marchesa Dress

    On Wednesday, the Duchess of Cambridge attended a state banquet wearing a diamond-and-ruby necklace borrowed from the queen and Diana’s pearl-and-diamond tiara.

  • People Are Obsessed With Target’s Science Shirts, Just for Girls 

    Target’s line for kids is selling a pink T-shirt for girls, emblazoned with the words “Stay curious” underneath images of a chemistry beaker and test tubes.

  • Behold The Most Daring and Memorable Denim Ad Campaigns of All Time

    If you’ve been following Yahoo Style‘s Denim Week coverage, we’ve already brought you the best brands  out there, as well as the craziest jean styles to know this summer. Now, we will be taking a look back at the best denim ad campaigns of all time.There is no doubt that denim has had a huge impact on the fashion industry. Ever since the inception of blue jeans by Levi Strauss in 1873, styles have run the gamut from bootcut to skinny and straight-leg to boyfriend. You can scoop up affordable lines, or ultra-luxe versions by brands like Vetements.But in particular, denim ad campaigns have played a large role in fashion history. Aside from being used to cement and spread a brand’s message, an ad campaign can be a strong representation of a certain moment in history. Denim ad campaigns have further acted as a catalyst for many models’ careers. If you recall, a 15-year-old Brooke Shields had a controversial moment modeling for Calvin Klein jeans in 1980, saying that “nothing” came between her and her Calvins.In 1992, musician-turned-actor, Mark Wahlberg a.k.a. Marky Mark was photographed in a steamy embrace with a topless Kate Moss, also for Calvin Klein. That same year, a young Naomi Campbell was photographed by Steven Meisel wearing a simple white tee and denim shorts  in what is now considered an iconic ad for Gap and a major moment in Campbell’s career.Click through the gallery above to take a look back at some of the most memorable and iconic denim ad campaigns of all time.Read more from Yahoo Style + Beauty:• The Top 5 Favorite Denim Brands in the Fashion Industry • 6 Crazy Denim Styles to Know About This Summer • Priyanka Chopra, Yara Shahidi, Wiz Khalifa, and Friends Star in New Gap VideoFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.

  • Priyanka Chopra, Yara Shahidi, Wiz Khalifa, and Friends Star in New Gap Video

    The ad, featuring the likes of Prinyanka Chopra, Wiz Khalifa, and Christie Brinkley, celebrates the simplicity of the white T-shirt as an American staple.

  • Chic New Marc Jacobs Ad Features Model With Vitiligo

    Marc Jacobs has made a statement with his latest ad. The photo is a waist-down shot of two models with long legs — and one has the skin condition vitiligo.

  • Gap Seeks to Remove ‘Pain Points’ of Shopping

    Gap has a dressing room app with an avatar that shows the fit of a garment.

  • IT Cosmetics Founder Praises Gap for Child Model With Vitiligo

    IT Cosmetics co-founder praised Gap Kids for using an 11-year-old model with vitiligo. Jamie Kern Lima, the co-founder and CEO of IT Cosmetics, recently went on Facebook to share her enthusiasm about the young model whom Gap chose to feature in its latest line of children’s clothing. According to an interview with the young model’s mother in 2015, April was diagnosed with vitiligo — a disorder in which white patches of skin appear on different parts of the body due to a lack of melanin, according to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases — at the age of 6.

  • What Would You Buy From Gap’s ’90s Reissue Collection?

    Unfortunately, in recent years, the Gap has lost its luster, and many people were wondering why it didn’t revert to its ’90s heyday. Surely there is a plain white pocket T-shirt in the 2017 version of Gap?! Apparently, unless you are a boy and under the age of 14, you’re out of luck! Gap seems to think that we ladies prefer our T-shirts to either have a floral print plastered all over, or a logo on the front that tells the world we need a nap, coffee, love, to surf, victory or love again (but in French).

  • Gap Is Reprising Its Iconic ’90s Campaigns In The Most Epic Way

    Back in the ’90s, when it was still known as The Gap (remember those kids swing dancing in their khakis?), the mega-brand spotlighted some major celebs in its ads: actress Demi Moore, music legend Diana Ross and rock stars Mick Jagger and Steven Tyler, among others. Now, we get to see their offspring (all grown-up, of course) in a new […]

  • 17 Years Later, a Customer (Finally) Returned This Gap Shirt

    Earlier this week, an image of a BabyGap button-down shirt with an attached checkered vest surfaced online. The XL shirt, priced at $24.50, was hung next to a sign that read, “Who on Earth accepted this as a return?!?!?!" It turns out an unknown customer returned the (now vintage) children's top almost 17 years later since it was purchased, way past the company's 45-day return policy.

  • People Are Freaking Out Over This 'Sexist,' Misspelled Einstein T-shirt

    A Gap advert sent out to UK customers has been causing a commotion on social media, after people deemed it “sexist.” The ad in question was first shared on social media by Twitter user Sabrina Golonka after she received Gap’s email. Related: Something remarkable happened when Facebook banned these body positive, pro-diversity adverts In email advertised a boys’ tee featuring an image of Albert Einstein, which was captioned “the little scholar.” Below the “little scholar” was an image of a girls’ tee, captioned “the social butterfly.”

  • Gap to Close 75 Old Navy, Banana Republic Stores

    Gap Inc (GPS.N) said it would shut 75 Old Navy and Banana Republic stores overseas markets, as the struggling apparel retailer focuses on its North American market to revive its fortunes.

  • Gap might consider using Amazon to save its business

    Gap Inc. has been struggling. But CEO Art Peck is aware of a possible solution to...

  • Can You Spot the BIG Mistake Gap Made in Their New Ad?

    ​Science buffs are trolling Gap and it is so cute!​

  • There’s Something Scientifically Wrong With This Gap Ad

    Someone at The Gap made a pretty silly science error, and they are seriously paying for it on social media.

  • It turns out the 2 models in the Gap ad criticized for being 'racist' are sisters

    On Monday, Gap apologized over an ad for its kids clothing line that people said was "racist...

  • Gap has apologized over an ad for its kids clothing line that people said was racist

    Gap has apologized over an ad for its Ellen DeGeneres kids clothing line after the ad was called...