Patrick Robinson, the executive vice president of global design at Gap, has left after four years, according to WWD. While he oversaw the launch of 1969 denim stores and various fashion collaborations with designers including Thakoon, Prabal Gurung, and Pierre Hardy, he was met with inconsistent success in North America. We're curious to see what the designer, whose past design stints include Giorgio Armani and Paco Rabanne, will do next. Meanwhile, the big question has become who will replace Robinson. Who would you like to see as the next head designer of Gap?
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