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Pop-Up Shops: Frank Gehry Sees Red

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If you thought that Gap had pulled out the big guns with its Colette collab, think again. The mass retailer has tapped Pritzker Prize winning architect Frank Gehry to design a series of pop-up shops for their (Project) Red initiative. Details are few at this point, but Gotham magazine reports that the New York shop will "mimic a giant jigsaw puzzle." Specifics on where, and when, the stores will be erected are welcomed.
· The Lightening Rod [Gotham; .PDF]
· Gehry draws on Canadian roots for English debut [Globe and Mail]
· IMPOSSIBLE: Colette x Gap Wait is Pure Pain [Racked]