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The office is starting to look full again as people are returning back to work from the holiday break. Leftover decorations are still floating about to get in that last bit of holiday spirit, and it seems that the start of 2014 is going to be pretty white with all of the snow we got last night. I’m ready for the weekend to bundle up and embrace it! Read more »

Chiara -Jan 04, 2014, 8:13AM
Your office's feel is just wonderful. I can sense all the creativity halfway across the world. Sigh! Such a dream to work with you guys in the future! Fingers crossed I may as well be able to someday <3 http://thegypsysoul.ph
Christine -Jan 03, 2014, 10:57PM
Omg. I definitely want to work there some day. It just seems to be filled with such creative people! xo Christine http://bossdaily.blogspot.com/

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Post image for Sneak Peek: January 2014 With Sasha Pivovarova

In my 4 years at Free People I’ve seen some pretty amazing catalogs… but to this day one of my all time favorites is still our April 2011 book featuring Sasha Pivovarova.  This ethereal beauty has such an air of grace and magic about her, and she just seems to float effortlessly in our clothes.  We were thrilled to work with Sasha again on our January 2014 catalog, and she’s the perfect model to showcase the fresh new trends for spring 2014.  What’s even cooler about this book is that it was shot at Sasha’s beautiful home, by her husband Igor Vishnyakov, giving us an intimate glimpse into her home life and fascinating artwork (the illustrations in the catalog were done by Sasha herself!). Read more »

Madison -Jan 20, 2014, 1:47PM
Just throw in this and it's complete… https://www.etsy.com/listing/176372790/audrey-necklace?ref=shop_home_active_6
kally -Jan 07, 2014, 1:59PM
How can I become a free people model?

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Post image for Your 2014 Forecast From Tracy Allen

Free People Horoscopes by Tracy Allen.  Follow @astrotherapist on Twitter and email tracy@theastrotherapist.com to schedule a reading over phone or Skype. Available in-person in NYC! $125 for 60 minutes, $150 for 90 minutes. Read more »

YONASMESHESHA -Dec 05, 2014, 6:54AM
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I’ve always been so amazed by natural dyes. The fact that a beautiful flower or fruit has the ability to turn a white fabric into one of that same hue is a mesmerizing thing. Read more »

Marta -May 10, 2015, 12:12PM
Beautiful! My black beans have been soaking (with very hot water, just as I do when I cook them) since yesterday and I am about to test a piece of a beautiful (and very economic) white fabric that I bought yesterday for that purpose. My only other experience was to dye with avocado pits and skins; I did not treat my fabric first and I have not had time to wash it yet and test if the color stays but what happened is that at first the brownish water turned my white fabric into a light peach tone, I just left it in a plastic container for a whole week (uncovered) worried that it would grow bacteria and mold, but it didn't. I stirred up the fabric 2x a day because I noticed that the air exposed part was getting darker. It turned out a nice shade of pink salmon color, much darker than at the beginning, really lovely. Used 5 small pits and the skin of 2 avocados. My only regret is that at the end I was so sick and tired of stirring the fabric that I didn't, and the wrinkles on top turned a strong rusty color, in wave like patterns, very interesting if you want texture in your design. O well, I did like 3 yards of it, so none will be wasted. What I want to do with the beans is a white dress that I will dip from the bottom only to have a faded tint going upwards. We'll see. Thanks for your help!
Kylie -Jul 17, 2014, 6:41AM
Beautiful! can not wait to try it xx

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Post image for Designer Interview: Senior Washed Wovens Designer

Free People denim is forever changing and evolving. From the styles and shapes to the washes, it’s always exciting see what is produced each season. Read more »

Austen Tosone -Jan 03, 2014, 12:37AM
So cool- I love FP Denim. Just today did a blog post wearing the Roller Crop Skinnies talking about how denim has grown up! Reading my mind as usual, Free People. <3 http://keepcalmandchiffon.blogspot.com/2014/01/i-still-remember.html -Austen
Sami -Jan 02, 2014, 10:32PM
I loved this, so inspiring, and such good advice for being successful at your job :)

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What an exciting day! A new year signifies a fresh start. It’s like a clean slate… an empty canvas just waiting to be filled with beautiful colors and textures. Read more »

asima -Apr 15, 2014, 3:04AM
Wow, everything looks so amazing!Thomas the Tank Engine Beds
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Post image for Going No ‘Poo: Yea Or Nay?

No ‘Poo. It’s a term I’ve heard quite a bit on the internet — and one that’s always intrigued me, although I’ve never mustered up the courage to try it myself… until now. Maybe. Read more »

Amebr -Aug 17, 2015, 10:21AM
I apologize for the long post in advance. I have med length hair and it is slightly think with some wave to it. I have been no poo for about 3 months now and I had yet to have that ‘Hallelujah’ moment. My hair was terrible! It was heavy gunky/waxy I didn’t have the smooth shiny beautiful hair everyone was talking about after the transition period. (made it through transition thanks to a week at the beach where I didn't have to do much to it!) Now I know I was done with the transition period bc my hair was different from the greasy mess it was in the beginning. I was looking around to figure out what the heck was wrong before I gave up on no poo I didn’t really want to go back I wanted to stick it out. I didn’t really keep good track of what I did to my hair but was trying all kinds of stuff from just water, to increasing and decreasing my BS, to switching between White vinegar and Apple cider vinegar and increasing and decreasing the amts of vinegar to really diluting both of them to using them at full strength. UGH! nothing worked! still had this like waxy build up. I FINALLY found what was wrong, HARD WATER! My husband said that our area is a 10 out of 10 for hard water (used to work for our city water dept) Through all my research I had found that if you have hard water the BS doesn’t dissolve in the water and therefore doesn’t clean your hair the way it should. So Friday night I boiled my amount of water that fits in my bottle( plus a little more bc you will lose some the evaporation. You also want to use a pan that is bigger bc when you add the BS it will fizzle and you don’t want a big mess) for about 10 mins. I then added a few tablespoons of BS and watched it fizzle. Once the water has cooled you can pour it into your bottle and voila! Use it like you have been using your BS mix and follow with vinegar. I finally noticed the slight lather everyone was talking about and when my hair was dry HALLELUJAH I had beautiful, smooth, shiny, awesome hair!!!! It is now Monday, usually I have to try some cute braid or some other type of up hair, but I have my hair half up and it is still gunk/wax free and BEAUTIFUL!! I love, love, love no poo and wont go back. If you feel you need the smell good from your shampoo you can always add some essential oils to it and you have pretty smelling hair.
Plum -Jul 15, 2015, 11:58AM
For the love of all that is Holy please do NOT use Baking Soda on your hair! No one should be washing their hair with it ever! Baking Soda is an ALKALINE, like bleach, (pH of 9ish), your hair and skin are ACIDIC (pH for 4ish). If your true goal is to have a healthier scalp and hair, you wouldn't be messing with it's natural pH like that. A coconut milk and aloe no-poo is the best I've found as their pH is similar to that of your scalp. The Apple Cider Vinegar rinse can still be used as long as you dilute accordingly. I know some people swear by by the Baking Soda rinse, but these people are stupid. It does NOTHING for your hair except break down the shaft and dry it out. the fat and moisture from coconut milk and aloe actually help your hair and maintain your scalp's natural pH. You have no idea how mad I get when I see someone going on about Baking Soda rinses when they clearly didn't do their research. Below are some links further explaining Baking Soda's harmful effects. Always check who's driving the wagon before jumping on. http://www.thehippyhomemaker.com/dirty-hippy-truth-no-poo/ http://blog.kanelstrand.com/2014/01/baking-soda-destroyed-my-hair.html <<<<< this one is the best at explaining the chemistry, I found it very helpful when I started looking into no-poo methods.

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Post image for Meet Beth Kirby: Local Milk (Recipe Included!)

I’ve been a longtime fan of Beth Kirby. For a bit there, I couldn’t figure out exactly what this woman did… for it seemed she did absolutely… everything? Why yes, yes she does. Read more »

Roberta -Apr 11, 2014, 4:12PM
It is an honor to see the 1890- historic-design Daisy Flour emblem as part of Beth's beautiful photography and equally beautiful food products. http://www.DaisyFlour.com
Noelle -Feb 08, 2014, 8:45AM
I have been following Beth for some time on Pinterest. I simply just adore her and her inspirational photography. She never ceases to amaze me and always has a way of uplifting my spirit and soul. What a beautiful article.. and finding out she is a fellow Cancerian makes all the more sense to me now.. :)

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Winter only just began, so it’s hard to believe that in the fashion world we’re already thinking spring.  Read more »

Rachel -Apr 08, 2014, 4:10PM
I love all of these styles! Of course like all free people clothing will look great with sandals or spring boots
anum -Apr 01, 2014, 11:50PM
awesome style i love it...

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Happy New Year everyone! Read more »

kelli -Mar 30, 2014, 12:15PM
I LOVE the outfit with the grey top and black motorcycle jacket. Is there ANY chance of knowing where those rockin awesome pants came from??? I would love to know!!!! Thanks!!!
Susie -Jan 05, 2014, 5:38PM
I love Jess' look! Obsessed x http://frozeninfashion.blogspot.com/

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Happy New Year from our Free People family to yours! I hope you all have an amazing night celebrating with your loved ones. I wanted to share one of my favorite quotes, that I like to read this time each year. Cheers to an incredible 2014! Read more »

jocelyne -Jan 05, 2014, 8:29AM
HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014 " FREE PEOPLE "
green fish -Jan 03, 2014, 7:47PM
thank you ^*^

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