Back in the ’90s, when it was still known as The Gap (remember those kids swing dancing in their khakis?), the mega-brand spotlighted some major celebs in its ads: actress Demi Moore, music legend Diana Ross and rock stars Mick Jagger and Steven Tyler, among others. Now, we get to see their offspring (all grown-up, of course) in a new iteration reminiscent of those memorable campaigns.
In a video called “Generation Gap,” (ageless) supermodel Naomi Campbell revives the white tee and denim shorts she sported in one of the brand’s older print ads to celebrate Archive ReIssue, a limited-edition return of Gap’s most iconic styles. (Think straight-leg jeans and trucker jackets.) It also brings back some of our favorite child prodigies, who’ve since stepped into the jeans of their A-list parents: Rumer Willis, Evan Ross and Lizzy Jagger, all of whom perform Color Me Badd’s song “All 4 Love.” The capsule hits stores and online February 7, so in the meantime, allow this commercial to give you a major dose of nostalgia.