Here’s another challenge as part of our 20 days of Movement – try a barre class! Read more »
UPDATE: This post originally ran on April 24th but with the holiday weekend and more time spent outdoors, we wanted to share it again! Read more »
The sound of a wind chime gently swaying in the warm summer breeze brings an instant feeling of calm. Read more »
The Free People home office is a place full of inspiration. It’s such a pleasure to be able to walk into work every morning, and be surrounded by an environment that is so creative. Every time I venture through the halls, there is something that catches my eye. Here’s what I saw this week… Read more »
For Day 11 of 20 Days Of Movement, here’s a great exercise
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For the past couple of weeks, my allergies have been bad. With the first bloom of a new season, specifically in spring and summer, my eyes and nose begin to suffer. This has always been something that’s affected me, and I know I’m not alone. Thankfully, when we were in Atlanta, I picked up a tip from a friend who swears by a sweet and gooey substance that will help do the trick… Read more »
The beach setup at last week’s FP Me camping trip was unreal. Our West Coast display team showed up manned and ready to transform our piece of paradise into a Free People dreamland. The van was loaded with everything from fresh flowers and drift wood to hand-dyed pillows and seashells. We had a vision, and under the hot beating sun, it was quickly crafted into reality. Read more »
You know those nights.
Those nights when everything comes together so perfectly… you find yourself with all the right people, in just the right place. Our first night in Atlanta was one of those nights. Read more »