My original plan for this post was to take photos of boho details to go along with our hippie hippie shake trend -but as I sat in a meeting with most of our office this morning, I kept noticing pops of neon everywhere I looked. Our office was buzzing today with lemon, lime and hot pinks – this is clearly a trend we are all embracing. Read more »
Bachlorette is the solo project of the talented Annabel Alpers, who hails all the way from New Zealand, but she’ll be right here in Philly next week playing at Union Transfer in support of The Magnetic Fields. Read on for an interview Jemma did with her, and check out some of her tunes below! Read more »
The brand was founded by Australian art director and stylist duo Melanie Kamsler and Tamila Purvis, two talented women who met while working at RUSSH magazine. Drawing on inspiration from old and new – ancient historical figures, artists, muses and cult musicians – they create pieces that are sculptural and heavy with mysticism. Read more »
We are holding another information session and open interviews for Urban’s merchant leadership program, this time in Boston!
I often post photos of our facebook fans here on the blog, and today I wanted to share some beautiful photos of our instagram followers! We love seeing how you guys rock your FP – those of you who have instagram, make sure you’re following us and if you want to share photos with us tag them #freepeople! Read more »
This weekend I was home alone, but it was kind of nice. I indulged in everything a girl loves indulging in; I was at one with my thoughts and drifted through the weekend like a light cloud. Read more »
As our Associate Stylist, this week’s Style File, is perhaps one of the most knowledgable when it comes to styling FP merchandise. She gets the product and its multi facets – always pairing it with fun new looks in exciting ways. Read more »
Last week we met up with one of our designers who just happens to be a natural expert at makeup tips – we’re not surprised as she’s always walking around with a lovely groomed face that it often inspires. Here we asked her how she would create a makeup look for Molly our Retro girl Read more »
Silvia Bergomi by Tommy Ton for Style.com
On Thursday the 24th I started my day at the C’N’C show. I couldn’t stop backstage to say hi and congrats to my friend Umbe, who is a women’s designer, because I had to run to Iceberg.
At Iceberg, Paolo Gerani brought to the catwalk double breasted coats and blazers, leather pants, furs and a touch of electric blue.
At 4:30 pm it was time for Blumarine, which surprised everyone with silver accessories combined with metallic, iridescent, and hologram pieces. The soundtrack by Azealia Banks and Mia gave the show an extra edge.
Next I attended a cocktail exhibition at the Mauro Grifoni store in Via Della Spiga: “Bizarre, Colorquake, Flamboyant, Personalities, Allure”, a special preview of Diana Vreeland curated by Maria Luisa Frisa and Judith Clark.
Right after, we went to Corso Como 10 for the i-D and Alberto Guardiani Party, hosted by Marcelo Burlon. At one point, you simply have to eat, and that is exactly what we did… a relaxed dinner with friends: perfect conclusion to my day.
Friday the 25th began with Mila Schon at 11.30. My true compliments to Biancamaria Gervasio, the young designer behind the brand. I fell in love with every single piece of the collection.
Afterwards I had a quick lunch break with Grazia Team at Cafe Verger (I love this place http://verger.it/ )
After lunch was the Jil Sander show – Raf Simon’s last show with the brand was just perfect. Simply, classy and elegant; I would love to have all the coats.
Ter Et Bantine was the last of the day, at least for me. Casual and concise are the keywords for this refined brand who chose eccentric hats to personalize the silhouette.
I ended the day with dinner and a movie at home!
“It’s more interesting to have just a picture of a small detail – then you can dream all the rest around it. Because when you see the whole thing, what is there to imagine?”
– Dries Van Noten.
Spaghetti & meatballs, peanut butter & jelly … kale & eggs? Believe it. Read more »