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Old Navy Gets a Hip Makeover for 2008

01/31/2008 at 04:46 PM ET


Old Navy is already one of our favorite brands for fun and fashionable budget finds. But with the recent appointment of Todd Oldham as Creative Director, the family-friendly label is about to become a whole lot hipper. Just look at who turned up at their re-launch party last night! Click over to our friends at Fab Sugar to learn more about Old Navy’s hot new look — and get a sneak peak at the collections to come.

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Mary on

That’s great that Old Navy clothing is becoming more “hip”, but until they stop with the vanity sizing or at least introduce size XXS (their XS is ridiculously big), I won’t shop there.

Jazz on

I think that is the UGLIEST THING I’VE SEEN IN MY LIFE!!! barf… gross and that models hair looks greasy and dirty.Those shoes are all chunky. they probably weigh like 5 pounds!!!!!! and that dress!!!!!! dont even get me started same with the hat. it looks like u juss climbed out of a gutter!!! GROSSS i thought old navy was a great store with stylish start selling those closes and u will not get as much business!!!! GROSS GROSS GROSS!!! BARF!! THATS JUSS MY OPINION BUT NO IF U LIKE THAT WOW!!!!!!!!!

Mitsy on

love the outfit. great shoes.


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