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Gap UK's coolness factor continues to top that of Gap stateside. WWD reports that "Gap in the U.K. has teamed with Liberty fabrics to create a four-piece capsule collection of shirts and dresses for its high summer collection. The line comprises three styles of shirt and one shirtdress, which are all made from Liberty’s Tana Lawn cotton and printed with one of four delicate floral prints from Liberty’s archive, called Glenjade, Nina, Eloise and Fairford." Sadly, a Gap U.K. spokesperson said that "there are no plans for the collection to launch in the U.S." [WWD]