Empowerment in the Kitchen & What You Really Need to Cook Like a Chef

Onna Hepner is the inspiring and beautiful woman behind Full & Happy, a small culinary startup located in Philadelphia’s Fairmount neighborhood. Read More

The Spirit Your Mini Bar is Missing + Two Cocktail Recipes

Many of us here at the home office have a favorite brand of spirits we swear by: Art In The Age. Head to any employee’s holiday party, and you can bet they’ll have a bottle sitting atop the mini bar.

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The Secret to a Perfect Cafe

An interesting phenomenon is that cafes have come to be synonymous with culture. Each social caste of human being is represented in cafe form somewhere in the world. We have punk rock cafes, hippie cafes, vegan cafes — you name it, it exists. Read More

Décor Inspiration: Cabin Getaway

With this month’s catalog, and our trip to Vancouver, we got to thinking, “what would the perfect Free People cabin decor look like?” It’s no secret that our store design team is supremely talented, and so when we presented them with the challenge, they dreamed up a getaway like you’ve never seen before. Read More

FP Me Takes Vancouver & The Sunshine Coast

Vancouver was calling our name.  It’s sweeping coastline & regal mountains filled the Free People dreams, whispering a little come hither. We yearned to drink the crisp clean air, and to step our eager feet along its shores. Read More

The Benefits Of Bitters

Bitterness. It’s not a flavor held in high regard. Never does a menu boast a delectably bitter appetizer, and never do you hear about a friend’s amazingly bitter dinner. It’s not necessarily the palate’s deepest desire, but it is a flavor that indicates great health. Little do most people know, humans are designed to eat bitter flavors. In this post, I will give the rundown on bitter foods, and why we should be including them in our everyday diet. Read More

Lessons From A Tuscan Life

Fresh off a family trip to Tuscany, I can’t help but think that we’re doing it all wrong. Everywhere you look – on the internet, in news stories, popular literature, and social media – we tout the need to slow down and appreciate the good things in life. As hard as we try, our culture can make our attempts feel like swimming upstream. Read More