Not much of a Gap shopper these days anyway, but man, that Audrey Hepburn commercial of theirs is about the most nauseating thing I've seen in years. I cringe every time I see it.
(No, no real point here. I just hate that ad.)
UPDATE: In comments, Scotty asks what movie it is that The Gap pillaged for its ad. The flick is the musical Funny Face, which also starred Fred Astaire. The plot was kind of convoluted, as I recall -- Astaire is a fashion photographer who is scouting locations for a shoot when he decides to shoot in a particular bookstore where Hepburn is a clerk. Somehow, Hepburn consents to becoming a fashion model herself, because it will result in a trip to Paris, where she can then meet some kind of Bohemian beatnik poet or something like that. The scene featured in The Gap's ad is a bit of beatnik performance poetry, if memory serves. Yeah, it sounds dumb, but the movie's got a witty script and all of the songs are Gershwin classics, and hey, it's Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn!