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So much for that crowd-sourcing contest: The Gap is giving up on its universally panned new logo and returning to the classic old navy box. The new logo was supposed to help bring the brand from "classic, American design to modern, sexy, cool," according to a Gap spokeswoman—but as everyone from J.Crew to Steven Alan could have told them, classic American design is "modern, sexy, cool" right now. [Bloomberg; Previously]