Gap Is Reprising Its Iconic ’90s Campaigns In The Most Epic Way

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.