Originally Posted by bananananana
Clearly, he did a horrible job and there's really no argument against that point. Maybe management was too afraid to let him make drastic changes but Gap just has no identity or appeal to any segment and it's largely due to the merchandise.
I feel this is easily what happened. Robinson can be a pretty acceptable designer from time to time but GAP was obviously too afraid of change. Still don't know why they allow their own company, BR, to eat at their market share with its denim, tees, and casual wear ringing up cheaper than its Gap counterparts.