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  • fashion

    Free People Party Dresses Are Here!

    Nov 18, 2014

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    Perhaps you’ve caught a glimpse — touches of sparkle here and there across the Free People website. (…) Read more

  • DIY

    DIY Woven Pillow

    Nov 14, 2014

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    There is something about the art of weaving that has really captured my heart. (…) Read more

  • food

    Take Your Juice Routine to the Next Level

    Nov 07, 2014

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    For many, morning juice has become a must. Each day, bleary-eyed, we chop and feed fresh produce through our juicer, eagerly awaiting the creamy rich goodness to wake us up. (…) Read more

  • features

    The Secret to a Perfect Cafe

    Oct 31, 2014

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    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

  • DIY

    DIY Cabin Wall Hanging

    Oct 24, 2014

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    Last week, I shared the decor created for our FP Me Sunshine Coast retreat, and now this week, I’m going to show you how to make those beautiful wall hangings that we hung above the beds. (…) Read more

  • décor

    Décor Inspiration: Cabin Getaway

    Oct 17, 2014

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    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

    FP Me Takes Vancouver & The Sunshine Coast

    Oct 07, 2014

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    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

  • food

    The Benefits Of Bitters

    Oct 03, 2014

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    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 (…) Read more

  • inspiration

    Lessons From A Tuscan Life

    Sep 26, 2014

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    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 (…) Read more

  • Movement

    Basic Principles Of Chi Running With Angela James

    Sep 20, 2014

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    At Wanderlust Whistler I was introduced to many new ideas and concepts, and one that has really stuck with me was a class called ‘Chi Running.’ The description touted the method as a style of movement to cut out injury, improve speed, and increase distance. We ran around Lost Lake, learning the basic principles and putting them (…) Read more

  • features

    The Best Juice In Vancouver

    Sep 11, 2014

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    Vancouver citizens are lucky. Each and every day, they have access to one of the best juice brands in business today: The Juice Truck. Run by co-owners and founders Zach Berman and Ryan Slater, the company has been making delicious, fresh juices since the summer of 2011. With each sip, their concoctions transport your taste (…) Read more

  • food

    Gnocchi di Zucca Recipe

    Sep 05, 2014

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    In Italy, the food grows plentifully. On a recent trip to a Tuscan villa, we found ourselves surrounded with figs, olives, cantaloupe, oranges, and herbs for the taking. Giant acorn squash grew in a patch on the terraced hillside next to our home; we were able to pick one and incorporate it into many meals. (…) Read more

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