candy

I’m sure you all have Halloween candy on your minds, but there is a different kind of candy spirit going on here. The Free People elves have been working hard to prepare for our holiday store displays. Here are some pictures of the progress of the gingerbread houses being made here in the office. Lots of girls from diffferent departments have stopped by and are helping out the display team since everyone is swamped in holiday spirit! Take a peek at the festive beautiful houses, and the candy that abounds as supplies.
The accessories designers have been the number one culprits in stealing candy. Since they’re accessories designers, the display team told them it would be like them coming over and eating their sequins, sparkle trims and Ipod holders. They still have a sweet tooth though.
More to come as the holdiay displays get installed in the stores!
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sk8ergirl17ae@live.com -Sep 29, 2008, 12:31PM
LOL, That makes me hungry just looking at all of that candy. Yum Yum Yum. I cant wait for halloween. If you are under 18 and are a sophmore. Good for you. Sophmores rock the world.
katie -Nov 02, 2007, 12:56PM
you girls are the cutest things in the worlddd. lets be best friends.

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So I promised to introduce you to the amazing designer responsible for the new look of freepeople.com and the Free People blog, aka the Caravan of Curiosities…
His name is Ed. Ed gets Free People, and we had an awesome time working with him. I asked Ed if he wanted to say anything about working with the FP crew, and this is what he said…
“The Free People folks are so great to work with because they embrace the quirky and playful things that others dismiss. The Caravan of Curiosities idea sounds odd to say it out loud, (“Ok, so there is this blue hare that runs through Europe and Tibet and Alaska and Africa, and there’s a moose, and a cow and a monkey and some birds…”) but FP was just like, “Yeah, that sounds fun!” And it was.”
Thank you Ed! Above are some of the working drawings Ed did while creating the new blog design. If you want to check out what else he’s been up to, check out his site, edmullen.com

Pharma571 -Oct 24, 2009, 1:30PM
Very nice site!
John1209 -Jun 04, 2009, 12:20AM
Very nice site!

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holy new blog, batman!

The title of this post is, so far, my favorite comment about the new site! What do you think? Make sure you all click on the curtain tassel in the upper right corner to see new places the magical blue bunny can take you. A feature on our fantastic web designer is coming soon!

Li -Nov 01, 2007, 3:42PM
I kind of miss the way the old blog looked! This one seems a little more juvenile, and a little less feminine.
Barbara -Oct 28, 2007, 4:44PM
pefect!

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a blog list

I published a post back in June about a blog list, a great collection of blogs on the subjects of creativity and design. Guess who just got added to the list! Woo hoo Free People! Check out the list or download a PDF and get to exploring!

RB -Oct 26, 2007, 7:11AM
Cool redesign! Who designed it?
Paramus -Oct 25, 2007, 10:26AM
Wow! THe new design is fantastic! and congratulations on being added to the list!

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candace ang

We would like to share a little background info about one of our favorite jewelry designers, Candace Ang.
Candace Ang is and artist and designer based in Los Angeles. Formally trained in fashion design at Parsons in New York, Candace has always remained true to her first love – Jewelry. Her namesake jewelry collection is an eclectic reflection of what she finds fascinating that season, from silk and crystals to laser cut Lucite and vintage chains, the line is as interesting and varied as her inspirations. Her bold approach is certainly not for wallflowers and the underlying style of each collection is distinctively branded in her own “edgy – romantic “style.
Candace says, “My vision for the collection is to take what I love in high fashion, pop culture, vintage and even the decorative arts and create something new in jewelry. I think there are so many unexplored materials outside of the regular beads and gemstones. While these elements are beautiful and classic, I would like to push perceptions and make jewelry that is a true statement piece. For me, jewelry is just another art form that you can wear. “
How does one mix all those elements in daily life? Candace says, “In fashion these days, there are no lines. You can wear street with couture and no one would blink an eye. It’s all how you put it together that makes ones individual style. One day I can wear a punk rock look and the next I’ll be in a vintage dress with heels. “
Available at Free People is Candace’s Double Fleur Necklace and her Falling Chandelier Necklace. There are more pieces from Candace Ang coming in soon, so keep an eye out!

Linda Zweygberg -May 01, 2009, 2:56PM
Hi there! O love your blog (: I can see that you lika Candace Ang, and so do we! Check out our blog-posting her jewelry and a interview with her! http://w29showroom.blogspot.com/2009/02/electric-lady.htmlHave a great day!' // Linda
Jennifer -Oct 27, 2007, 2:24AM
OH WOW - I really love this designer! I have been seeing her work around alot in magazines and stuff....it's really cool to see it here and that you guys support young, fresh talent!

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Check out these incredible key chains we have, just in time for Halloween! And the String Doll Gang has powers.
Ghoulish critters handmade using one continuous piece of string, each with their own special power to help you get through the day.
Crazy Eyes: helps you track down whatever it is you are looking for
The Vampire: protects you from harm when you’re out past your bedtime
Big Voodoo: how you use is entirely up to you
Scratch: helps you keep your cool when the heat is on
Little Frank: watches your back when you’re out of your element
Mr. Mummy: helps keep the skeletons in your closet where they belong

gigi -Jan 22, 2013, 5:38PM
soooooooooooooooooo cute but how do you make them
mcfaffle -Aug 03, 2012, 5:23PM
soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo cute

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new fp website!

We’ve been working on improving freepeople.com. Check out the new design! We’ve rearranged some things, and hopefully made it a lot more user friendly and easier to navigate. Click around and tell us what you think!
And the new blog design is coming soon!

Jess -Oct 26, 2007, 4:50PM
Absolutely perfect!!!! I adore everything about the new layout! I always look forward to coming on this website everyday and seeing the new, magical things you have done! It's soo cute, hippie-esque, inspirational, and creative! It SCREAMS Free people! haha I lovee it! The design is perfect, and I love the new navigation things on the site! Always and forever, FP is my inspiration! Absolutely perfect!!!! I adore everything about the new layout! I always look forward to coming on this website everyday and seeing the new, magical things you have done! It's soo cute, hippie-esque, inspirational, and creative! It SCREAMS Free people! haha I lovee it! The design is perfect, and I love the new navigation things on the site! Always and forever, FP is my inspiration! <333 xx
-Oct 25, 2007, 12:09PM
Really is a beautiful new site...you guys do such interesting stuff.

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Tomorrow marks the one year anniversary of the Free People blog!!! Happy Birthday to us! Thank you all so much for reading, commenting and sharing. I’m so excited for another year and all the improvements we plan to make for our Free People community. Thank you all for being a part of it.

Jess -Oct 26, 2007, 4:52PM
Happy Birthday Free People!!!!! I don't know what I would do without this inspiration blog! Thanks for being you, Free People!! xx
Katie -Oct 19, 2007, 12:20PM
Happy Birthday, Free People! I Happy Birthday, Free People! I <3 Free People :)

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Here’s a little sneak peak of our new Free People blog design. It’s coming soon! We’ve renamed the blog area “Caravan of Curiosities”. We hope this new area will help satisfy the fp girl curiosity and take you along on all of our creative travels. Look out for a new layout, cool animation, new videos section, and a few more extra features. More info to come!!!

sarah ann -Oct 18, 2007, 4:24PM
Ohh yeah. Is there an October catalog? I'm digging the current pants.. I already have my mind set on a few pairs. Will there be even more Winter Coats coming soon? I can't wait for more and more Winter items, my favorite season!!!
-Oct 17, 2007, 7:32PM
Where is the October catalog? FP catalogs make me so happy

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pumpkin patterns

How About Orange posted these free pumpkin carving patterns from World Wildlife Fund. Check her site, she also posted some other pumpkin carving sites. I did a google search to try to find really amazing pumpkins, but all I could find were pumpkins carved into creepy animals or presidents’ heads. Does anyone have any cool links???

Sue -May 29, 2011, 3:15PM
I get my patterns from http://www.stoneykins.com It's the Best Pumpkin Pattern Site on the Net. they offer 1000's of patterns.
tammi jean -Oct 22, 2007, 4:23PM
http://www.extremepumpkins.com/ not exactly artsy & pretty, but definitely funny and worth checking out.

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art for your mobile

So I discovered this on Coolhunting posted by Lost At E Minor.
Start Mobile offers amazing new artwork you can buy to download to you cell phone. There are seriously hundreds of works. Here’s a bit from their site…
START SOMA, the San Francisco gallery for emerging artists, today announced the launch of START MOBILE, becoming the first retail art gallery in the world to sell NEW ART for cell phones. Curated by START SOMA founder John Doffing, THOUSANDS of original works of NEW ART from HUNDREDS of the world’s most prominent emerging + underground artists can now be downloaded onto mobile phones across the United States. START MOBILE showcases the world’s premier emerging + underground artists, quite literally from A to Z. “START MOBILE features artists whose work is in museums + artists whose work appears exclusively on the streets – and pretty much everything in between,” according to Doffing. “We have created an unprecedented mix of creative talent from around the world, and their art is now available to anyone with a cell phone for less than the price of a cup of coffee.”

-Oct 16, 2007, 5:23PM
Hehe. Well, I only use a cell phone for emergencies, so I'm not too tech savvy, as I mentioned above. P>S> On a random note for cupcake lovers out there...this is a fun way to help out. Decorating virtual cupcakes for kids cancer care. http://www.cupcakesforacause.org/choose.html
fpgirl -Oct 15, 2007, 10:28PM
haha! no, I don't often write about cribs. I guess people usually call them cell phones and not mobiles...

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The accessories girls sent me these funny pictures. Believe it or not, these were used to make samples of accessories coming to a store near you. Enormous bags of glitter and a Mama Cass dress. They used the dress to line ipod cozies!

vincent -Oct 14, 2007, 9:37PM
i just spoke with one of your employe. Her name is Samara.just to let you know that she was very gentel,polite and very professional.Just tought that i wrote this to you to tell you to keep her for a very long time cause she is very good at what she do. thank you... vincent...miami
kendall -Oct 13, 2007, 2:46PM
haha! they're so cute! the second picture looks like an indian dress. very cute,as always. =]

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