Gap has been a staple in the fashion world for years. Now the iconic American clothing brand has announced the launch of their limited-edition collection, the ’90’s Archive Re-Issue’. To help the brand launch the collection, past and present faces join the campaign to recreate the iconic Gap ads of the 90’s.

Naomi Campbell, Evan Ross, Rumer Willis, Coco Gordon, Chelsea Tyler, Lizzy Jagger,and TJ Mizell are the chosen collaborators for the launch and are featured in ‘Generation Gap,’ a film that encompasses the contemporary edge of the 90’s influence. In the film, Naomi Campbell can be seen wearing an iconic pocket t-shirt that she wore in a 1992 photo shoot with Steven Meisel. The scene is accompanied by an a capella version of Color me Badd’s 1992 #1 hit, “All 4 Love,” which pays homage to the past and celebrates the new generation by recreating the Gap looks with a twist.

“The ’90’s is having a sartorial moment and we have an archive of pieces that set the tone for that decade commercially and culturally, so it seemed right to re-issue some of those pieces and the stories that come with them,” said Craig Brommers, chief marketing officer for Gap. “‘Generation Gap’ came together in a celebration of who was with us then and who we are with now – it has, at its heart, that simple truth that we can take from the past but also celebrate our future.”

Starting February 7, Gap will sale iconic styles from the 90’s, which will include the pocket tee, pleated khakis, reverse fit and easy fit denim, and bodysuit. All items can be purchased online or in-stores globally.

Below are a few quotes by the ‘Generation Gap’ cast:

  • Model Lizzy Jagger, daughter of Jerry Hall, wears her take on the classic black Bodysuit that her mother flaunted in 1991.

“The classic look for anyone is not just a ’90’s look. The white t-shirt and jeans look has gone through the decades and is still around, and I think of that as being really Gap,” said Jagger.

  • DJ TJ Mizell, son of Jam Master Jay of Run DMC, wears the iconic Gap Logo Sweatshirt that his father wore in the “Original Fit Jeans” commercial in 1990.

“I feel honored. Being part of anything Run DMC is a huge honor for me and being able to back up my father’s legacy with Gap,” said Mizell.

  • Actor Evan Ross, son of Diana Ross, wears the sleeveless Logo Tee as a tribute to his mother who wore a simple tank in her 1991 ad.

“Gap can transcend all eras. It still feels relevant. It looks like what we would be wearing right now… it is at the cusp of what we’re doing right now,” said Ross.

  • Singer Chelsea Tyler, daughter of Steven Tyler, wears the sleeveless Tee and Reverse Pleated Jeans channeling her dad’s “Easy Fit Jeans” commercial from 1997.

“Gap is taking something so classic that we all know and is so quintessential in our minds but has a new spin and current feeling to it,” said Tyler.

  • Singer Rumer Willis, daughter of Demi Moore, wears the Cropped Denim Jacket, similar to the one her mother wore in her 1990 ad, with the Henley Bodysuit.

“Gap was really the first brand to come out of the box… and do different and interesting things,” said Willis.

  • Artist Coco Gordon, daughter of Kim Gordon who wore the Pocket Tee in her 1990 ad, wears the navy Icon Leather Jacket, black short-sleeve Mockneck Tee and High Rise Denim Short in the film.

“My mom always bought me Gap clothes… we definitely went to the Gap for my cool clothes.”

  • Model Actress & Activist Naomi Campbell, who was shot wearing the Pocket Tee in her 1992 ad by Steven Meisel, wears the Pocket Tee re-issue in the film.

“It’s an honor to be here, in the same outfit that I wore twenty years ago in my Gap ad,” said Campbell. “The creativity in the ’90s is something I’m so grateful that I got to be a part of and to see and to learn from and to draw inspiration from.”

“I was a ‘Gap kid’ so when the call came through to re-interpret the legendary ’90’s Gap campaigns, it was a dream come true,” says ‘Generation Gap’ director Kevin Calero. “The ’90’s ads set the tone for a whole stream of fashion attitudes and moments. I don’t think many other brands could pull off this sort of film with authenticity and heart.”

For more information on the 90’s Archive Re-Issue collection and to view ‘Generation Gap’ go to

Photo credit: Gap