Gap Inc. is teaming up with Walmart Inc. to sell the clothing label’s first-ever collection of home goods.
The merchandise will range in price from $15 pillows to $65 comforters and will hit Walmart’s online shop exclusively on June 24. They will be available in stores later.
“We’re committed to building this business and we’re aiming high for it,” said Mark Breitbard, chief executive officer of the Gap brand, in an interview. He said the company is focused on “quality deals” instead of simply expanding to more categories.
Gap declined to share additional details about the terms or revenue targets for the business.
The multiyear deal will bring the home decor products, which range from tabletop items to bedding, to the website and aisles of the world’s largest retailer. The apparel chain is expanding into more categories, like sunglasses and baby gear.
In June, Gap signed a 10-year pact with designer and rapper Kanye West to sell a fashion line. In April, it signed an eyewear licensing deal with Italian manufacturer De Rigo. This month, Gap agreed to sell its Intermix boutiques to private equity firm Altamont Capital Partners.