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    a robot visits Free People

    Oct 27, 2008

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    On this past Friday, one of our accessories designers showed off her Halloween costume for our viewing pleasure, and turned briefly into a robot! The robot waited for a turn at the color copier, like so many of us do… It also needed to approve some fabric swatches. Home-made costumes are the best! (…) Read more »

  • features

    FP Halloween Video!

    Oct 24, 2008

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    As you might have noticed, we are really getting in the mood for the Halloween Season here at Free People! It’s so much fun! We went around the home office and asked people to tell us about their most memorable Halloweens. There were so many cute and hilarious stories – have a look at our (…) Read more »

  • DIY

    candy corn soap

    Oct 24, 2008

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    Loving this candy corn soap from Smoky Mountain Scents on Etsy! Found it on Etsy’s Halloween Gift Guide. Check it out for a lot more spooky handmade gifts! (…) Read more »

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    ghost cats

    Oct 23, 2008

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    Halloween in Philadelphia always brings talk of the Eastern State Penitentiary, a creepy old historical prison where they do a haunted house every year. Right now you can also view an exhibit called Ghost Cats by Linda Brenner. The work consists of a series of white cat sculptures, representing the colony of cats that lived (…) Read more »

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    ann wood castle

    Oct 22, 2008

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    I’ve posted one of Ann Wood’s castles and a boat before, but this one was made for Halloween! Ann constructed this cardboard wonder for the window at the Lower East Side shop Johnson (you can see it in person until Halloween). Check out her blog for some detail shots and to hear about the hidden (…) Read more »

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    vintage halloween

    Oct 20, 2006

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    Another cool feature happening with flickr groups… Check out this collection of vintage halloween images. Anyone can post images from the 1800′s-1960′s. Find amazing postcards, decorations, and costumes. Does anyone still bob for apples? (…) Read more »

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