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A debate about sizing has spring up in the comments section of our post about the Gap Design Editions launch. To wit: "The designs are great and all, but I'm kind of pissed to see that the dresses and pants only run to a size 10. The Gap usually runs in-store merch up to a 14, so this is a pretty explicit 'fuck you' to those of us on the larger edge of the spectrum." The clothing does run large, so size 12s shouldn't feel totally left out in the cold—but that's not exactly the point. [Racked Comments]