Gibbons Company To Sell Gap Clothing Brand

April 14, 2014

Gibbons Company today announced that it will begin selling Gap, the iconic international brand, within its department store in Bermuda.

The Gap Summer 2014 collections will be available at the Gibbons Company department store starting on May 16th, 2014. The three areas in the store dedicated to featuring Gap collections will be Women’s, Men’s and Kids & Baby departments.

Since 1969, Gap brand has been known for offering consumers classic and modern American designs that are comfortable and accessible. Customers worldwide have looked to the brand for on-trend, casual clothing and accessories that help them express their personal sense of style. Local customers can expect to find all the latest styles that are a modern interpretation of Gap’s denim roots and signature pieces that are a staple for every wardrobe.

“We are proud to announce our partnership with Gap and are excited about introducing the brand to Bermuda,” stated Paula Clarke, CEO of Gibbons Company. “We know that our customers are going to truly enjoy the opportunity to have access to the Gap brand.”

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  1. Justice For All says:


  2. Voice for the Youth says:

    Thats great BUT the problem will remain the prices! GAP clothes are on the pricey side as is, so what going to happen after they mark them up?!

    • Mike Hind says:

      They’ll be expensive.

      I’m sure that they’ll still bring in less expensive lines, too.

  3. frank says:

    the price of the clothes will depend on how much volume they buy from gap but don’t be fooled gap is dam expensive in the united states

  4. Angela says:

    I always thought that we paid the manufacturers suggested retail price? As in the tag on a say, Ralph Lauren top lists $79.99 and thats generally what we here in Bermuda pay. Gap is expensive… but the parent company also owns Old Navy. Additionally they hold Banana Republic, Piperlime, and Athleta as well- perhaps we will be lucky enough to have an Old Navy soon!!! – As a Mom with 2 growing kids I’m Crossing my fingers.

  5. Gap rocks…try the jeens …outstanding.

  6. Ride says:

    Alright, Gibbons. Good move to bring in another well known brand. Keep your price match on Gap and you’re sure to get some traction.


  7. Truth (Original) says:

    I didn’t know GAP clothing was considered expensive. I just picked up 3 pair of nice work pants for just over $50 each.

    Maybe it’s me but that didn’t seem unreasonable,

  8. OhWell says:

    What’s expensive too one may not be expensive to another. My personal opinion. $50 each from the USA is expensive. But then it depends on the name brand of the pants.