This exciting news comes via Christopher Bastin himself. New Haven, Connecticut is getting it's very own Gant campus store. This joint venture with Yale is much more than a return to their roots. This, ladies and gentlemen, is a return to their birthplace. The store will house Gant's main line as well as select pieces from the Rugger and Gant by Michael Bastian lines. This will also be the only place where you can find a limited edition run of "Yale Co-Op" shirts. These beauts will be hitting the store in March and will feature many of the same vintage fabrics that were sold at the original Co-Op. Ivy style may have never left, but it is sure as hell back. Also, in somewhat related news, the Union Made stamps featured on Gant Rugger's shirts are being removed. Thanks to feedback, some of which can be seen in various Sart Inc post comments, Chris has decided to change things up. In his own words, "The Union Made stamp used is a replica of the one that has been on the shirts since 1949. But, you're right, it shouldn't be there if it ain't made in the US by union workers. I've been a bit ambivalent about it too, reading blogs like this and keeping an ear to the ground really helps us do better and get our shit together. Stamp is gone starting from Spring 11 and onwards."