About two weeks ago, I had the opportunity to spend the day in New York City with a team of creatives, and witness an FP Me shoot that was different from any that I’ve seen before. Read More
Take 45 Free People girls, one incredible rooftop, and all the right accompaniments, and the result is a magical night under the stars to bid summer one last goodbye. Read More
My friends mean everything to me. Read More
This post comes from our PR intern, Katy! Read More
Work had me situated in New York at the end of last week. Read More
One thing I love about walking around Brooklyn is seeing the mix of styles its dwellers are sporting. Read More
One thing I love about living in Philly is how close in proximity we are to wonderful places, such as the Jersey beaches and NYC. This past weekend, we packed up the car and drove to Brooklyn for a little getaway. Read More
Last week I spent the day in New York to shoot behind the scenes of an upcoming ebook. I had the afternoon free, and was so lucky that it turned out to be quite the beautiful day outside. Read More
While at the Northside Festival in Brooklyn last weekend I had the opportunity to hang out with the guys from the band Caveman again, before their Friday night show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. Read More
A couple of weeks ago I told you about Lady Lamb the Beekeeper, aka Aly Spaltro – the talented Brooklyn based musician who I can’t stop listening to. This weekend I got to see her live at the Northside Festival, where she reinforced the fact that she is one seriously talented lady. Read More
On Thursday February 16th our Brooklyn store is holding an event that will include an art exhibition and raffle with local artist Jennifer Contini! Jennifer does beautiful heart installation paintings, incorporating a multitude of mediums, so it felt appropriate to share some of her work today with the approach of Valentine’s day! At the event, customers who spend $150 or more will be entered in a raffle to win a piece of her lovely work!
Jennifer’s website speaks of her love affair with New York, about which she says “I live and work in a place that beats to the same drum as I do. The fast urban pace of Manhattan is home, and my vibrant downtown neighborhood defines and inspires my work. This is the space where my artistic vein finds higher meaning.” Her pieces have a distinct urban, street art feel, and are like artistic valentines to the city she loves.
See more on her website. We’ll have more details on the event next week!