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NYC INVITE: Join Gap Kids- #ShineOn Saturdays #CleverGap

Written by Kitty Bradshaw and posted in Tags: , , , Sponsored Post


This post is sponsored by GapKids. Check out all the fun Shine On activities at your nearest Gap store. For event dates and locations, visit Gap’s Facebook page and join the conversation on Twitter with hashtag #ShineOn.



This month, select GapKids stores in stores in across the country will host Shine On Saturdays events.  DIY Blogger Merrilee Liddiard of Mer Mag will host a series of arts and crafts sessions around the country for kids to take part in.  From creating geometric masterpieces on canvas using paint and tape to colorful, custom journals to get kids ready for back-to-school, the projects help kids express their creativity!

Gap appears to have given Merrilee Liddiard creative control with designing kid friendly projects that were inspired by the GapKids and babyGap fall collection.  Alot of inspiration was drawn from the 1969 denim - Jewel Box Skinnies for girls (the new skinny jean updated in bright stretchy denim) and Action Stretch Denim for boys (designed for play all day- it’s denim that’s made to move).  I love how the GAP continuously works to incorporate Bloggers in their campaigns.  I support brands, who genuinely support the Blogging community.  As you all know, I was a GAP Brand Ambassador or 2 years.  I fully support the GAP in all its campaigns.

The Saturday Shine On sessions will be a fun end of summer event for the entire family.  Check here for more details.  Below is a list of New York locations and dates.  The Kitty Bradshaw will be on hand for the August 18th event…  I hope to see you all there.  :)




Upcoming GapKids Shine On Saturdays Events in New York
Saturday, August 11
GapKids @ 54th & 5th
680 Fifth Ave
New York, NY 10019
Saturday, August 18
GapKids @ 85th & 3rd
1511 Third Ave
New York, NY 10028
Saturday, August 25
GapKids @ 17th & 5th
122 Fifth Ave.
New York, NY 10011


I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective, and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

About The Author:

ABOUT KITTY BRADSHAW: Kitty Bradshaw is an Online Influencer and Web Socialite that has been blogging for over 16 years. Upon moving to New York, she created a new blog on Bi coastal lifestyle, New York to LA move, and New York Cocktails which evolved into an online business called, and has since branded herself across the web. Over the last 5 years she has used the name Kitty Bradshaw to broker contracts and brand ambassadorships with Gap, Toyota, celebrity hairstylist Cocoa Mane, and currently Best Buy Electronics. Kitty has written for the Wendy Williams Show blog, hosted events for McDonald’s Corporation, and Johnson & Johnson. She has also worked with Bacardi Mixers, which led to her own signature drink called “The Kitty Bradshaw”. Black Enterprise featured Bradshaw as one of the top African American bloggers in the country, and she was recently featured on Technorati. Bradshaw uses her blog as a career vehicle to take her new places, and to meet interesting people. has organically amassed a network of 50,000 and counting, her approach is that of New York lifestyle from a California perspective. Bradshaw’s motto is, “Conquer New York, conquer the world.”

One Comment to “NYC INVITE: Join Gap Kids- #ShineOn Saturdays #CleverGap”

  1. Demetria says:

    Looks like im the first comment. Hey Demetria here again. I’m posting my comment on my behalf of the Mindless Behaviors Contest. I am the huge fan from New Jersey and really deserve to have my opportunity with the boys! Keep doing what you do Kitty Bradshaw #muchlove !

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