A Movement To Reform Fashion
This page tracks Gap Inc. and its brands Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic and Athleta
2-3-21 – Gap Inc. (Gap, Old Navy, Athleta, Banana Republic) has failed to Keep Workers Safe. The brand has not signed onto the Severance Guarantee Fund and has not contributed 1% of its net revenue to direct relief. In fact, it’s unclear what if anything Gap Inc. has donated to garment workers. Like many other large American brands, Gap Inc. is a signatory to the UAID MOU, which promises to “pursue much-needed relief” for female garment workers in Asia. To date, the USAID MOU has released no money and is a woefully inadequate response to this crisis.
12-20-20 – Gap Inc. (Gap, Old Navy, Athleta, Banana Republic) turns a $95 million profit in Q3 of 2020, joining the ranks of brands that have returned to earnings during the pandemic. PayUp Fashion demands that Gap Inc. #ShareYourProfits by committing to the Severance Guarantee Fund for laid-off workers and contribute 1% of net revenue to direct relief.
7-11-20 – Gap Inc. (Gap, Old Navy, Athleta, Banana Republic) cancelled some orders and imposed discounts on others at the start of the pandemic. But after months of pressure from the #PayUp campaign, Gap Inc. has agreed to #PayUp, paying for all orders completed and in-process at the start of the pandemic in full. Though the company is extending payment times, Gap Inc. granted low-cost financing to suppliers to ease this burden.