“My style has definitely evolved. As I’ve got older, I’ve just been more about being comfortable and being at one with my true self.”
TV and Radio presenter, Maya Jama, explains what makes her tick, fashion-wise and demonstrates why she, along with a hot new crew, including singer/songwriter, SZA, are the perfect fit for Gap’s new Logo Remix Collection.
Gap has launched a mini film to accompany their Logo Remix Collection, in honour of being in the business for 50 years, and we were pleased to see that two ladies that we admire, SZA and Maya Jama, in the mix.
In the collection, Gap takes us way back by representing the history of the brand with signature Gap styles. From classic tees to rugby shirts, each product, for both men and women, is designed with logos that have appeared throughout past years.
The film is directed by Tabitha Denholm and movement director Tanisha Scott, who have worked with artists Jessie J, Beyoncé, Drake and Rihanna combined, to create the ‘Logo Remix’ film.
Speaking about her involvement, Maya Jama said: “Nowadays, more than ever, it’s so important to be unique and it’s so important to include diversity in everything we have. In myself I had to remix my confidence and convince myself every now and then. No matter how young you are or no matter where you’ve come from or how much money you have, you are just as good as all these people that are coming up against you.”
The film also features the likes of singer Sabrina Claudio, producer Metro Boomin, actress Naomi Watanabe and many more.
Grammy nominated singer-songwriter SZA, whose debut Album CTRL received critical acclaim and addressed an intimate side to femininity, said: “None of us sees the world as it is, we see the world as we are. So hopefully as our perspective grows and changes, the things and the tools and the vehicles in which we change the world, get better also. It’s important to remix mostly because sometimes you have to be sure that there is no better version of you to be attained and then sometimes you have to realize that there’s infinitely better versions to be attained and you just have to like get in that moment and attack that moment; and commit.”