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We here at free people are a curious bunch. We share an interest in exploring all aspects of the artistic culture that surrounds us and in the people that create it. This blog is about sharing those discoveries and maybe even inspiring you to do some discovering of your own.

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Fly -October 30, 2006, 3:29PM

Yayyy!! I’m already in love with this blog.
Keep it moving.

Sarah -October 30, 2006, 4:59PM

I’m so happy Free People has a blog now! I’ve been wearing the brand since 1994.
This might be a silly question to ask, but how can one become a Free People model?

fpgirl -October 30, 2006, 10:02PM

Hi Sarah! We go to the pros for our models, booking them through agencies in NY mostly. Thanks so much for commenting!

jean -October 31, 2006, 2:24PM

Love the clothes, love the site design and all the design details you’ve always paid such amazingly good attention to. Mentioned your fab new blog over at both NOTCOT.com and NOTCOT.org!!

Anonymous -November 1, 2006, 4:20PM

Your catalog is very well designed, the paper choice is great too.

C -November 1, 2006, 10:20PM

The blogs so far have been really interesting, and they nicely add to the idea of what Free People is all about. Good job so far!

Genevieve -November 2, 2006, 1:31AM

Wow. Really. Love the DIY-ness and cool chick factor feel of the blog. Adore the behind-the-scenes as well. This is just my speed….

jena -November 8, 2006, 3:45PM

Hey! I loooove free people and am obsessed with my new wool jacket (the officer)- it’s stuplendous (did I just make that word up?), I wear it everyday! I also just wanted to say hello, and introduce you to my indie design blog, Modish, only because I think you might dig it. So, hello! And, http://www.modish.typepad.com Keep up the good blogging action, and I’ll keep up the plentiful purchasing =)
-jena

suzi -November 11, 2006, 12:15AM

I was just wondering how you are affiliated with Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters? Are the designs teams the same? Or are you owned by the same company? The catalogue addresses are the same. But all three stores have their own look.I like the blog idea and the links.Great idea.

fpgirl -November 11, 2006, 1:34AM

Hi Suzi. All three brands are under Urban Outfitters Inc. We are owned by the same company but operate separately in terms of design. Each company has it’s own designers, display team, merchandisers, etc that work within the aesthetic of that particular brand. Hope I answered your question. Thanks for reading!

Nina -November 16, 2006, 12:46PM

wonderful blog for wonderful things and lifestyle! i’d love to place a link to it on my blog – would you mind? thought i’d ask beforehand. good luck with all things. nina

fpgirl -November 16, 2006, 5:05PM

Hi Nina! We would love if you posted a link! There are some beautiful images on your blog. Thanks for reading…

renee -November 29, 2006, 2:31PM

Hey, I just wanted to let you know I used an image and linked back to it. I hope this is okay!
If not, just shoot me an email and I’ll change it as soon as I can.
Thanks for the inspiration and incredible blog!

Stephanie Naman -December 1, 2006, 3:46PM

Love Free People! I wore one of your dresses to the launch party for our book, BarCode: Your Personal Pocket Decoder to the Modern Dating Scene. You can see pics at barcodethebook.com. We’d also love to send you a review copy. How do we go about it?
stephanie@barcodethebook.com

Tess -December 3, 2006, 5:39PM

I love the links to other fashion and art sites. I spent over two hours surfing the net because of this blog. Thanks to Free People, I will be failing all my classes this semester! ;o)

Natalie -December 9, 2006, 12:05AM

Hey. I just wanted to let everyone at FreePeople that i love all of your clothes and have been trying to afford your clothing! it is so lovely but at the same time so expencive. hehe. well i hope to make it to your store one day.

Taylor Boven -January 8, 2007, 9:01PM

what is the link face hunter for? is that like where you get your models?? coooollll. i love this blog. thanks a quadrilliiioonn!
taylor

Marissa -January 12, 2007, 6:11PM

hey i love your clothes! thats why i chose your company for my research project, im a design major and i love your look. i know you go for an artsy urban look but i was wondering how you would describe the “design philosophy”- i know its one of those annoyingly trite terms, sorry! also do you have anywhere i could find more info on how the company started out? wheres the flagsip, target customer etc, thanks so much! please excuse the needy- student behavior
M

Deb -January 13, 2007, 3:22PM

I love the Patched Fairisle Hoodie, but can’t seem to find it. Are there any available in XS?
#65X0991 on page 15 in the Holiday 2006 catalog. Thanks!

therese -January 21, 2007, 7:27PM

Love the catalog, love the clothes, but I think I like the blog the best! Great posts about the falling garden installation and the trapeze style fashion…oh, and the felt cake and the background info on the catalog design! I added a link on my blog. Thanks!

mariska -January 29, 2007, 2:48PM

can we still purchase one of the adorable panda bear stuffed animals with the embroidery anywhere?

fpgirl -January 29, 2007, 4:11PM

Hi Mariska,
Sadly we are sold out of the panda bears.

ann -February 27, 2007, 8:35PM

I’d love to use a few of the new fp umbrellas for our “baby doll anime” editorial in our summer ’07 issue. Even though our readers are 12-17 they adore fp clothes. Check out the website: http://www.bleechmagazine.com. We’re published quarterly.

arielle -March 12, 2007, 6:41PM

heyyy i basically am obsessed with freepeople to the point where im mad fun of my love for this company hahaha its basically my entire wardrobe! but i was just wondering if its possible to get any of the fabrics that you have on displays in your store cause im redoing my room and your store in roosevelt field mall has inspired me

ella -March 14, 2007, 12:01AM

hey, i am dying to have a vintage prom dress which is relatively inexpensive (under $400). but i can’t even find many vintage dresses that fit the “prom” criteria, aka long and a spring color. freepeople blog and its readers seem very plugged in to the vintage scene, so i was wondering if anyone knew of anywhere i could find such a dress? thankyou!!

pigzrul -March 20, 2007, 8:51PM

I have a question… Why is this wonderful store called Free People!!!

pigzrul -March 20, 2007, 8:53PM

I love this store! Keep it goin’

Leslie Warner -May 3, 2007, 10:21PM

I LOVE LOVE LOVE this store!! If you were the only clothing store in the world…I wouldn’t care. I wish you had a store in Maryland…..Hint Hint!!!
Keep up the good work!

Tracey -May 5, 2007, 1:37AM

Free People…is my absolute favorite brand.
I have many questions about where to buy Free People furniture and other things I see on this site! That world map…my God!!! I NEED THAT! Please tell me how to go about getting this beautiful stuff!
Always,
Tracey

Lisa -May 10, 2007, 6:47PM

Hey,
PLEASE come out to New Mexico with a store – there is SUCH A NEED for you here!!!!!!
come…come…come…..

Sommer -June 7, 2007, 1:27PM

i love free people…i think it’s great that free people has a blog. love free people clothing so much…would love to have a store open in nashville tn. check out birdie butter @ myspace.com/birdiebutter or…………………birdiebutters.blogspot.com

jason -June 19, 2007, 8:18PM

How can I get in touch with someone at Free People?

nightwalkerchan -June 20, 2007, 2:12PM

first time to come here…
I am also attracted by freepeople ‘s culture after working in some related job with FP now.

andrea gutierrez -July 6, 2007, 9:27PM

i am so happy this blog is here!! i have you added on my blog list at magnoliaandbee.wordpress.com.
i heart free people, always! :)

jo -July 10, 2007, 5:24PM

I love free people and wish there were more blog entries…add more please :-)

2rtistic -August 20, 2007, 4:22PM

I wish you had a store in Florida. Love the website, clothing, furniture, everything. Kickin in the extreme! This is so me and I wish there were stores like this when I was growing up. I was totally into the vintage scene and looking unique. I got laughed at a lot but older people loved my style. I’ve turned my hobbie into a business these days and it is sites like yours that keep me motivated to continue to grow and fulfill my fantasies. You guys are right on the mony and your site just screams Panache!

Light Switch -August 22, 2007, 7:05PM

We love your blog! We have added you to our blog list at lightswitchclothing.com/blog
love the clothes..keep up the good work!

Norma -August 30, 2007, 10:02PM

Can you post a listing of the music you play in your stores. I was in it today I have this song stuck in my head and NEED to know who is it by.
thanks

Conni -September 14, 2007, 9:43AM

Do you have a post anywhere that talks about your company…I mean who started it, how it got started…etc…was is started by an individual designer and then picked up by a larger corporation for mass marketing???

Kendall -September 18, 2007, 10:39PM

hey people
i just wanted to say that i LOVE free people!
i am not rich and not independent yet (im 12, okay?!)
but i LOVE free people and since my school is annoyingly abercrombie-and-juicy (that’s ALL they wear!!!) i love free people since it makes me feel original.
so i only have 3 things from free people so far, and 2 were purchased at a cool secondhand store (Plato’s Closet-www.platoscloset.com-check it out!)
1. cherry country kitchen headband (purchased at king of prussia mall, PA)
2. a brown, green and pink patterned skirt with a beaded waistband (purchased at plato’s closet)
3. linen-washed white pants (purchased at plato’s closet)
once again, I LOVE FREE PEOPLE!
hehe. sorry.
if you have a crafts or original clothes/etsy or whatever website, email me at bdwaybound@aim.com and i’d love to check it out! thanks!
kendall + free people = love
hey people
i just wanted to say that i LOVE free people!
i am not rich and not independent yet (im 12, okay?!)
but i LOVE free people and since my school is annoyingly abercrombie-and-juicy (that’s ALL they wear!!!) i love free people since it makes me feel original.
so i only have 3 things from free people so far, and 2 were purchased at a cool secondhand store (Plato’s Closet-www.platoscloset.com-check it out!)
1. cherry country kitchen headband (purchased at king of prussia mall, PA)
2. a brown, green and pink patterned skirt with a beaded waistband (purchased at plato’s closet)
3. linen-washed white pants (purchased at plato’s closet)
once again, I LOVE FREE PEOPLE!
hehe. sorry.
if you have a crafts or original clothes/etsy or whatever website, email me at bdwaybound@aim.com and i’d love to check it out! thanks!
kendall + free people = love
<3kendall

christina -October 1, 2007, 8:58PM

I am a big fan of the free people line, and also of the hairstyles, with the cool braids, they are so unique. I would love to hear about the stylist or other info.

ELMANCO / Stefano Ricci -October 24, 2007, 1:09PM

Hello!
I’m glad to inform i have inserted Feepeople in _a blog list_ (into F+D category).
It’s a massive directory of blogs about creativity and new trends.
You can find the list here: http://www.elmanco.com/abloglist/ and download a PDF version here: http://www.box.net/shared/xdpb0aqsct
Greetings from Italy
Stefano

fpgirl -October 24, 2007, 4:41PM

Thanks Stefano! That’s awesome!

magda -January 10, 2008, 11:54AM

PLEASE come out to Poland (Krakow ) with a store – would be a great place for you here!!!!!! I can help…. I love your clothing it’s inspiring, beautiful and everybody ask me about it!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have chance to get it once in while when I’m in USA xoxo Magda K.

MJ -January 23, 2008, 2:28PM

How come you guys don’t make a plus size line? You would do so well. Many of my bustier friends love the clothes that our skinny friends wear and I am personally sick of making clothes myself. Plus I don’t have the talent to make anything moare than a skirt or something really simple…

Britni -January 28, 2008, 3:41PM

I was just looking at your new job posting because I am dying to get a job at FreePeople.. and I saw that there are a lot of new jobs located in Concordville, PA which is a good location for me. But it is for Terrain. Is this a new store that is part of the FreePeople brand? Could you please just let me know about Terrain? Thanks so much!

Kirsten -February 19, 2008, 12:47PM

Hi! i just wanted to say that i loveee free people and all of the art that goes into it. FreePeople is what inspired me to start making my own clothes and i keep lots of journals now like a photojournalists and i was surprised to see that you guys also like dan eldon! i wanted to know if you have a design team or artists that helps you with all of your art ideas? and i also wanted to know if you have internships?

Hilary -April 6, 2008, 9:15PM

I absolutely love your blog!! I take fashion design, so it provides so much inspiration- in my style. Free People cothing prices however are exorbitant for garments that are not very well made, are made at low prices oversees, and are made out of cheap fabrics (synthetic sweaters do not keep you warm; wool (the real thing, does). Free People’s mood is sort of hippie-ish, free, and connotes the feeling of independence. All of which I associate with American made products. Show some patriotism and help your own economy. and by the way, I love your decor.

jenny fowler -April 10, 2008, 10:15AM

i bought a free people jacket in new york at bloomingdales they dont send to uk can you suggest how i can get one in cream

H -April 15, 2008, 1:58PM

I’m with MJ — why don’t you have sizes over 12? Are you afraid of women who are shaped like women? Or isn’t our money good enough for you?

Liz -May 11, 2008, 8:54PM

I love the beautiful, unique, and artsy style of Free People, and I always recieve compliments when I wear this brands outfits. I think the price tag is a small price to pay for the confidence and beauty I feel that comes with these clothes.
This blog lets me keep in touch with the Free People lifestyle I wish and love to be a part of.
xoxo

Keiko Nakasone -May 18, 2008, 1:21PM

Who created this beautiful design “Caravan of Curiosities”? I am talking most of pictures. Colors are just beautiful!!! Looks like color pencil were used, but can you get all this done by hand? or this is all done by computer now? So, imaginative. I am so grad that you did not use things like “Beach, seagle, sea shell etc.” I love it!!!

Tamra -June 2, 2008, 5:46PM

Hi! We’d love to include the Caravan of Curiosities as a Trendsetter on our site. We know how many fans we have of Free People and think they will love to see you there — email me trendsetters@shopittome.com for more info!!! Thanks!

ana -June 11, 2008, 6:18PM

I love Free People. Its so adorable and suits my style.

Free Chat -July 20, 2008, 11:17PM

I found this blog on a google search and boy am I glad I did. I thought I heard someone mention it in a free chat room.
Awesome read!

Grace -August 9, 2008, 11:05PM

hey freepeople i love your blog and your clothing!!! all of your clothing is so incredible, i started shopping for your stuff about a year ago and now practically my whole wardrobe is freepeople, anthropologie and urban outfitters…i am in love with the prints and colors, and your blog is a lot of fun to look through, keep doing what your doing!

GOODLIFE events -August 28, 2008, 1:19PM

We need designers for the Eco Exchange Fashion Show at GreenFest Philly
Sunday, September 7th 2008, 1PM
Eco-Fashion hits South Street with style and sustainability. We need designers using organic, alternative (hemp/bamboo/etc.) and reused/vintage materials. The festival draws 20,000 people and you’ll have the opportunity to showcase designs and promo on and off the runway.
Please contact liza ASAP at liza@goodlifeevents.org to participate or check out http://www.greenfestphilly.org/fashion.php for details (throw out the submission guidelines – we want you!)

Beatriz Elena Enríquez Esquivel -August 30, 2008, 2:34PM

I love everything about Free People. Enter to the blog and see so many cute things, really make me happy. I’m going to sound very tacky, but the blog makes me realize that humans can do SO many beatiful things… we have potencial. Maybe I’m just hormonal at the moment, but I can feel the good side of mankind at the blog.
hehehe.
Well, I don’t speak english, so if the comment is weird… I tried my best! I will study more english.

Haley -September 8, 2008, 12:10AM

I absolutely love this site. My friend and I actually started a project on our own before we even found this called Project Once Upon A Time where we reinvent beloved fairy tale characters through fashion and photography. So far we’ve only done Beauty and the Beast.

Haley -September 8, 2008, 12:55PM

Here are one of the pictures we ended up with:

Julie -September 15, 2008, 12:01PM

I would love to be listed as a favorite on your blog roll – please check out my blog and if you like – love to be listed. Love your blog – visit often. – Julie

fpgirl -September 15, 2008, 4:09PM

Hi Julie. Thanks for sharing your blog! I like it very much!
The only blogs on our “favorite” list are those that we have featured on the FP blog, but I’ll keep checking yours and maybe post something soon:)

Valerie -November 5, 2008, 4:43PM

Fp;
Thank you for coming to Downtown Seattle, This friday will be fabulous, I can’t WAIT!! xo – Val

Caryn -November 21, 2008, 5:28PM

Hi. I was wondering if you could tell me the lipgloss brand and color that the model is wearing on the website. She is modeling the “Dazzled Paris Headband” in the color cherry. Thanks so much.

Shiwa -November 27, 2008, 11:06AM

Free People! You are amazing. I am like others, my friends actually posted their craig’s list add for roommies describing me as the “Free People Love child” My friends always ask, “Is that Free people?” anyway you get the point- I love love love you store. The only thing is. I follow the whole eco-fabulous, earth friendly, free people-free thinking, style…which means….I care about where my clothes come from and how they were made. Please…where can I find info on this? I really really really wish you guys would make a only made in the USA line or an organic line! Think of the positive impact this would have!!
Love
“Shiwa Wangpo”
Peaceful Powerful

Vibeke høie -December 5, 2008, 7:38AM

Hi!
I`ve made you a christmas card inspired by Free People, may I send it to you ?If so which email adress should I use?
I am a norvegian Illustrator, I love your clothes and I wish I was able to buy your clothes here in Norway:)
Love, Vibeke

fpgirl -December 5, 2008, 9:23AM

Hi Vibeke! We would LOVE to see the card! You can email it to us here:
blog.freepeople@gmail.com

Ali -December 6, 2008, 12:44AM

i really love the holiday make-up video!
is there any chance you could list what was used? it would really help a lot.
thanks :)

irinna -January 2, 2009, 4:53PM

We want FREE PEOPLE in Europe!!!!
:) All the best!

Bastiano -January 21, 2009, 3:13PM

Hi!
You can be discovered too!
I’ve discovered you and I like a lot what you are doing. It is very special!

Leslie Blanton -February 3, 2009, 1:07PM

You should have the comments go from most recent to oldest. They start with stuff people typed in back in 2006. Makes your blog appear to be old and stale — but then, maybe it is. These retailer blogs are so bogus.

Arlie -February 22, 2009, 5:44PM

Hello Free People!!!
I love your clothes and I love this blog! Constant inspiration :)
Ever since I saw the shredding tutorials on line, I have become obsessed with shredding cotton – who knew!!??
Thought I would share my store with you :)
http://www.urbanrevisions.etsy.com

Marta Touchie -March 19, 2009, 1:36PM

Hola !!
Deseo felicitarlos por este maravilloso blog, de verdad que es inspirador. Durante el dia si estoy cansada y llena de trabajo me conecto un momento y solo entrar y ver tantas cosas curiosas que ustedes publican dia a dia y realmente me da alegria.
Un fuerte abrazo y besos
PD: no vivo en USA, pero cuando viajo compro sus productos.
Hi!
I wish to congratulate them for this wonderful blog, which is really inspiring. During the day if I’m tired and I work full time and only one log in and see so many strange things that you publish every day and really gives me joy.
A big hug and kisses
PS: I do not live in USA, but when I travel I buy their products.

bob -March 23, 2009, 1:58AM

love your idea ,i’m a student of china. i have some idea about the Sponge adhesive tape,waiting for your hallo…

Giovanna -April 6, 2009, 11:17PM

I looooove this blog, and of course I’m a free people girl. I get so much inspiration from you guys! Keep it up and congrats!!

Bernadette -April 8, 2009, 11:12PM

I adore the Free People vibe. I have always purchased Free People outfits from boutiques or their catalog because there was never a store in my town. A few days ago, I went into a Free People store for the very first time…loved everything about it from the hanging lanterns to the patched sari curtains. I wrote a letter to FP customer service to find out where I could find their pretty dressing room mirrors (carved wood with birds at the top) , but they weren’t able to give me much information. Please tell me that my search is over. I would love to have such a mirror in my home.

karin Bravin -April 27, 2009, 8:39PM

I check your blog all the time. I love it. Keep it up. It is terrific

The Barstool Romantic -April 28, 2009, 8:57PM

Thank you for the support.

beccaomg -May 7, 2009, 7:49PM

who are your amazing models!!!! Do you have a model directory?
beccaomg@gmail.com
thanks!! i love your cloting i went shopping today!!!

Kelsey -May 8, 2009, 5:17PM

bring a free people to springfield il. we’re the capitol! :) love your clothesbring a free people to springfield il. we’re the capitol! :) love your clothes<3

Kristina -May 11, 2009, 9:07PM

Hey!
I love the blog!!
I’m utterly obseSSED with free people and i wish my WHOLE closet was free people! I sometimes fool around with shirts and skirts that i make and ive always looked for fabric to use that is somewhat like free people fabric, i was just wondering where you guys find this fabric, same with anthropologie, does anthropologie sell it?? also does free people make their fabric? Just curious, also, a few years ago there was a contest where you can join and there is a chance to win a 1,000 $ or so giftcard to free people, are you going to do that again, please?? ha ha
thanks for your time
-Kristina

PaperFashion -May 13, 2009, 5:51PM

love this blog :) i love the posts about fashion illustration, and the fact that free people uses alot of illustration in it’s branding/style. check out my fashion illustration – paperfashion.wordpress.com

Maxine -May 23, 2009, 10:10PM

where does free people get the furniture they have inside the stores? its beautiful!

Vintz -June 29, 2009, 12:06PM

Love your blog – we love your energy – a whole bunch of fun… (and your clothes too, but that’s another story)
Check out our new vintage site, we think you’ll love it!
You guys are great!
vintz at WallflowerVintage.com

big and tall -July 23, 2009, 1:26AM

This is fantastic love the blog keep up the good work

shannon may -August 11, 2009, 8:50AM

I think you might enjoy some of the things I’ve posted at my etsy, themooncraft.etsy.com, please take a look!! I’ve loved Free People since the 90s, love it still! Thanks!

Tate -August 11, 2009, 1:00PM

Hi free people,
I love your clothes, and I love the look of your models. I was wondering what make-up and hair products are used on your models.
thanks!
Tate

lowra rosenbaum -September 1, 2009, 12:48AM

Your catalogs are always a shining moment in my month. Your July issue said I should find a way to creatively recycle it, so I just wanted to share a little fan art: http://sweetmilke.blogspot.com/2009/08/shes-so-heavy.html
xoxo
lowra

Lauren -September 22, 2009, 9:58PM

Hi! I’m a graphic design major at Northeastern University in Boston, I was wondering if FP offered any design internships? It is my ultimate dream!! any feedback would be greatly appreciated!

Bree -October 16, 2009, 6:22PM

This blog is simply amazing! I just cant leave :D

Anonymous -October 18, 2009, 7:37PM

amazing blog. i check it for inspiration almost everyday! (:

Megan Wright -October 18, 2009, 7:40PM

I love this blog. It’s creative, playful and purely amazing. I check it almost everyday for inspiration. :) I love this blog. It’s creative, playful and purely amazing. I check it almost everyday for inspiration. :) <3

Katy Wright -October 19, 2009, 11:03AM

Hi Free People! While listening to my ipod the other day a Bob Dylan song came on. It’s one of my favorites and I think it describes the Free People Girl beautifuly! Here are the lyrics.
She Belongs To Me. By Bob Dylan
She’s got everything she needs
She’s an artist, she don’t look back
She’s got everything she needs
She’s an artist, she don’t look back
She can take the dark out of nighttime
And paint the daytime black.
You will start out standing
Proud to steal her anything she sees
You will start out standing
Proud to steal her anything she sees
But you will wind up peeking through her keyhole
Down upon your knees.
She never stumbles
She’s got no place to fall
She never stumbles
She’s got no place to fall
She’s nobody’s child
The Law can’t touch her at all.
She wears an Egyptian ring
That sparkles before she speaks
She wears an Egyptian ring
That sparkles before she speaks
She’s a hypnotist collector
You are a walking antique.
Bow down to her on Sunday
Salute her when her birthday comes
Bow down to her on Sunday
Salute her when her birthday comes
For Halloween buy her a trumpet
And for Christmas, give it a drum.

Crasty -October 26, 2009, 2:27AM

Valuable thoughts and advices. I read your topic with great interest.

Sofia -October 28, 2009, 2:03AM

Hi I love you’re blog!!!, I read it every day!!!, I really like the stuff you found on the internet, I also look arround everything to find interesting stuff, I always wanted to tell you that there is a web page that I love its from a photographer in Mexico, that I’ve actually become friends with, and her photos are really amazing, you should chek it out http://www.beatrizrubin.com. Anyway congratulations! Its an amazing site!!!! sincerelly
Sofia G.

Peter -October 28, 2009, 6:33PM

In truth, immediately i didn’t understand the essence. But after re-reading all at once became clear.

Brown -November 2, 2009, 8:38PM

I liked it. So much useful material. I read with great interest.

hannah -November 4, 2009, 3:00PM

wow this is soo amazing, i just stumbled apon your blog by accident while searching for insperation for my new art project for my college course. and wow now i am soo excited and soo inspired each time i clicked my mouse i found more insperation :) im over inspired the ideas are bubbling out of my brain ,im going to be up all night creating :). before i found this i my mind was blank (artist block) and i have to have a plan and mood boards in for tomorow. now im ready to go i cant stop smiling you guys are amazing thankyou for creating such an amazing blog your life savers x x x x

John -November 4, 2009, 7:52PM

I really like your blog and i respect your work. I’ll be a frequent visitor.

Alessandra (Alex) -November 23, 2009, 7:09PM

Hi guys! I’m a photographer and a huge fan of your blog! I wanted to share with you this shoot I did which was hugely inspired by Free People! I could not find a contact section, so I am leaving the link to the shoot in the comments here… (Sorry about that!)
Hugs and thank you for all the inspiration!!
blog: http://www.gypsygirlsguide.com/
shoot: http://www.gypsygirlsguide.com/portfolio/plumAlex/
xoxox
Alex

harrington -December 7, 2009, 5:06PM

I love your cloths! Will you be making plus sizes? You really should. Us gals would love to look trendy too! Seems like everything in larger sizes is so old or cheap looking …

steff -July 21, 2010, 10:33AM

heeey, around this time last year free people had this adorable shirt that i wanted to get so bad but when i went to buy it everybody was sold it. i forget the exact name of it but it was orange, i think navy blue, and white and it was a tanktop with three buttons on the top. it also came in light pink, grey, and white too. it is almost striped. if anybody knows what shirt im talking about let me kno haha. is there anywhere i could get this shirt or find it because ive wanted it forever. and by the way loveeeee free peopleee <3

Kim Hallihan -October 17, 2010, 11:19PM

been reading your blog for several days. really love what you posted. by the way i will be conducting a research about this area. do you know any other good websites or forums that I can get more info? thanks a ton.

Edwas -October 25, 2010, 1:44PM

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jasmine -November 25, 2011, 5:19PM

i’m not a model & have never been one but i would really love to model for free people. i know you only accept people from agencies but where could i get started? what agency would you recommend to start out from? i have the ‘free people’ style and would love to do this so please let me know

Laurie -June 22, 2014, 3:39PM

I would just like to add yet another comment to ask for a plus size line. Many of your free flowey styles would look great on plus size women. There is a good market for plus size clothing and very limited options. Please consider making at least some of your styles in an expanded size range. Thanks :)

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