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Hardy to design women's shoe line for Gap


SAN FRANCISCO Gap today announced that it has expanded its partnership with accessory designer, Pierre Hardy, to bring a collection of women's shoes to its U.S. stores. Gap Europe has already been working with the designer, having recently launched his first Gap Design Editions capsule collection for fall in its stores in the UK and France.

According to Gap, the U.S. collection, which will be the latest from Gap Design Editions, will feature an assortment of women's shoes, from chunky platforms, to elegant flats and delicate sandals. Priced from $78 to $98, the collection will be available online and in select Gap stores nationwide beginning in February 2008.

"Above all, Gap is a real brand, with history, values and identity. It is really exciting to enter this new universe and challenge my creative talents," commented Hardy.

Pierre Hardy's  career began with Christian Dior's footwear collection in the early Nineties. He has collaborated with the most exclusive brands of fashion before launching his own label in 1999, adding men's shoes and handbags a few seasons later.

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