awesome/crazy sofa

I couldn’t resist showing you this sofa which yatzer found. I can’t stop looking at it! Designed by Lila Jang, you can find a little more information about the sofa here.

I am going crazy over the art of Sue Doeksen! The cute stuff shown above is just the tip of the iceberg, you should seriously check out her site!
I found her and her site via Olivelse.

tham my vien uy tin -Apr 11, 2014, 10:35PM
If some one wants to be updated with most recent technologies after that he must be go to see this web site and be up to date every day.

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balloon graffiti

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I’m intrigued by the pictures in D. Billy’s Flickr set, which I found via all the good things. Interesting art graffiti like that shown above, and some crazy cartoons…

Our latest employee profile features one of our favorite models, Jenny! Frequently Jenny is seen gracing the pages of our catalogs, as well as modeling many, many items on our website! She is a total delight, and so charming! Below, find Jenny’s video interview, complete with a quick introduction by Lindsay, one of our photographers, who tells us why she loves working with Jenny!

Vanessa -Jul 27, 2008, 11:19PM
Jenny is my favorite Free People model, I think her look is so natural and beautiful, definitely fitting for the company. She brings such a grace and elegance to the photos. I am so inspired by the fp catalogs that I actually attempted to sort of re-create my own version as a college project last year (the URL posted). I would love to create another one and learned a lot from the creation of the first 'mock magazine.' I love the Free People company and dream of one day working behind the scenes! :)

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The picture above is one of Adrianne Lee’s awesome fashion illustrations! She posted it on Free People’s Facebook profile a while ago, and from there we found her website, NinkyBink Boutique! On her website we found a ton of other cool fashion illustrations, as well as some really cute clothes she has designed! One thing lead to another and we asked Adrianne if she would be willing to do a guest post here on our Free People blog – and she was! So today it is my delight to bring you Adrianne’s awesome post, where she teaches us how to easily make a really cute corset tank! (With a lot of her great illustrations too!) Enjoy!

In less than two hours from now, you can have in your possession a corset worthy of envy from Marie Antoinette herself! This corset will defy the idea that corsets are uncomfortable (it’s made of a t-shirt!), it will be adorned with exquisitely quirky pieces of flare, and it will be made by the finest couturier, you! Don’t have a sewing machine? A needle and thread will be fine! I assure you, even if you have never sewn before, this project will be something you can handle with success!
Furthermore, this project was intentionally created to work as a coordinate with your Free People wardrobe! While it’s hot out you might pair it with a skirt and some fun leg wear and as it gets colder layer it with sweaters, jackets, and other tops! I drew a picture to give you a few ideas but I am sure you can come up with more.
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This tutorial video will walk you through the steps! Good luck!

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Here’s a little scrapbook to go along with the project!
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I love this! I can’t wait to make my very own corset tank! Maybe tomorrow… on a relaxing Sunday? Thank you so much to Adrianne Lee! What an awesome craft project!
Also, if you find yourself wanting a corset tank very badly but not wanting to do the work, you can find other gorgeous tanks at Adrianne’s Etsy Shop!

AstrologyReadings -Nov 08, 2009, 1:16AM
Hey, sweet site. Keep up the good work!
katie -Jul 26, 2008, 3:52PM
ahhh i loved this!!-it will be my weekend project :) more videos like this would be fantastic :D and it would be awesome if one day you made a video showing how you do all the hairstyles that can be seen on the models :D thank you adrianne! (nice music too)

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Remember a while back when we asked for your help to pick out a poster from the pages of the May catalog? Well, we have a poster finished, and in a week or so we will have 100 of them, waiting and hoping to come to your home! We will send a poster of the picture shown above to the first 100 people to email their name and mailing address to blog.freepeople@gmail.com! (One poster per person.) Yay! Free poster!

JOZY -Aug 20, 2012, 2:35PM
I love the inspiration free people gives to the world it's wimsickle and beauty.
victoria waugh -Aug 14, 2008, 5:52PM
I got a poster in the mail the other day.. trying to decide where to hang it!! i LOVE it!!

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lilymoon

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I’m falling in love with these prints from LilyMoon. Check out her etsy site and start your art collection for a small price. I’m having a thing for balloons right now, so I’m loving those birdcages!

M&Co -Jul 17, 2008, 6:23PM
Beautiful!
M&Co -Jul 17, 2008, 6:23PM
Beautiful!

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This is my kitty Homer. He came from the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society shelter. He is a total ham!
Recently, I moved into a new apartment, and I have yet to get some good decorations on the walls. The fish bowl on the wall is my latest attempt to have something homey and interesting in the apartment. Ever since the fishy, Lou Reed, joined the clan, Homer’s favorite hobby is watching him with extreme interest from every vantage point. It’s hilarious! We caught this picture of him and I just really wanted to share it with you!

natasha -Aug 11, 2011, 2:00AM
please remind fishes are animals and need space and a natural srounding
Nikki -Jul 29, 2009, 12:00AM
That is awesome. I,too,love that fish bowl.

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I’m so intrigued by this lighting by Aqua Creations. To read a bit about it and see more pictures, check out this post on Yatzer.

Lauren -Jul 11, 2008, 11:15PM
those are gorgeous!

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I found these dresses on DesignBoom and now I want to make one! Stick felt tipped markers in the little slots, and over time, (maybe an hour) the ink bleeds into the dress. You can wash the dresses out and make a new design every time! Reminds me of those dolls from when I was a kid – the ones that came plain, and with markers for you to draw and color in clothing and such on the doll, then wash them and start over! Hmm…. I wonder if i could get another doll like that too? :)
To read more about the dresses and even watch a little video in which Fernando talks about them, head on over to DesignBoom.

ayelet -Jul 11, 2008, 12:18PM
very clever
Elli -Jul 10, 2008, 1:44PM
I think you are the best! I like your works, blog, site!!! Best wishies. I hope you find your place in fashion industry!

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Now, I don’t want to overload you with videos today, but this one is so cute and funny I couldn’t resist…
This video was taken during our shoot for the July catalog in France. Our catalog shooting team and models are getting ready for a long day! It was a very cold morning, and everyone was feeling kind of groggy. When they got to the first place they were going to be shooting, they blasted the car radio and started to dance and get pumped up! Enjoy!

teepsishek -Apr 16, 2009, 9:26AM
great site this blog.freepeople.com excellent to see you have what I am actually looking for here and this this post is exactly what I am interested in. I shall be pleased to become a regular visitor :)

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tea towels

I wrote about these Atelier LZC tea towels back in April of last year. The designer Atelier LZC will be exhibiting tea towels along with about 20 others at the Nicholas Gallery in Cincinnati. Also check out the Philadelphia designer Elenor Grosch of Push Me Pull You Design.

VisuaLingual -Jul 14, 2008, 10:22PM
For anyone who's curious about the tea towel exhibit, I've just uploaded the installation photos: http://www.visualingual.org/teatowelshow/installation/
visualingual -Jul 10, 2008, 5:36PM
Toshi, the dahlia tea towels are by Sigrid Calon, a super-talented Dutch designer. They're actually custom-woven damask and look amazing in person! Maya, who curated this exhibit

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