Canned. Axed. Terminated. Any way you want to say it, Patrick Robinson was fired from his position as Executive Vice President of Gap Global Design for Adult and Body. The fashion industry didn't really think the news was that surprising -- Gap's profits have been tanking over the last few years -- and Robinson, after taking the reigns in 2007, wasn't able to turn things around.

He managed to get critical and commercial acclaim for the 1969 denim that he designed, and to this day, I stand by Gap jeans. If you haven't tried them in the last five years, it's worth a trip to the dressing room. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.

Unfortunately, Robinson is accustomed to getting the boot; he was fired from Perry Ellis, and Paco Rabanne didn't produce the collections he designed for three seasons. Ouch. But! That doesn't mean all his work was for naught.

Our gallery will show some of the best Patrick Robinson looks from his days at Armani, to Anne Klein, to Perry Ellis, to Paco Rabanne, Target, and, of course, to Gap. So take a trip down memory lane with us, and tell us your favorite looks in the comments below. Love to know what you think!

Want more of Patrick Robinson for Gap? Watch this old video about how he was going to change the company. Awkwarrrrrrrrd.

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