Our October catalog was shot in both Paris and in a studio in New York. Paris has that romance, the elegance and a certain feeling that I admire so much. When I think of Paris I think of reading books in coffee shops, sitting outside a French restaurant in a big coat in the cold air, watching the elegant people in black and stripes stroll pass me. Read More
The Bowery Ballroom is surprisingly small, holding only 500 people – and on Tuesday night it held 500 of Beach House’s biggest fans. Read More
Free People and home décor are two things that I love with all my heart — and that’s precisely why I’m here! Read More
If you live in our near New York City, I definitely recommend making the trip to see our new store at Rockefeller Center – not only is it the largest Free People store to date, it has some really special product you won’t find at any other FP boutique! Check it out… Read More
We opened our newest store this past Friday in Victor, upstate New York. Here’s a peek at the store and its lovely spring displays! Read More
Who: We’re looking for passionate managers and sales associates to work in our New York City stores – including our new Rockefeller Center store, opening March 30th!
When: Thursday, March 22nd 9am – 5pm
Where: Free People Soho- 99 Spring Street NY NY 10012
What else: Please bring a current resume and come dressed to represent the brand.
We are holding another information session and open interviews for Urban’s merchant leadership program, this time in Boston!
At 5 Beekman Street in Manhattan, there is a large but unassuming building that is completely empty and abandoned, with much of the interior shuttered since 1940. Few are allowed inside, depriving the general public of the ability to witness its surprisingly stunning interior – and it won’t be this way for long, as it was recently purchased by hotelier André Balasz. The derelict interior provided an intriguing backdrop for our shoot, contrasting perfectly with the soft, girly pastels of our lookbook. Read More
Roosevelt Field- Management Open Interview Sessions
Yesterday New York street fashion came alive with pops of neon; we spent the day back and forth between the Lincoln Center and Milk studios trying to hunt down some looks that caught our eye.
It’s always so fascinating watching how people choose to dress themselves and you can always read something about their personality just by what they are wearing. I for one love soaking in fashion; it’s like a book it makes your imagination run wild.
Pretty pastels were teased by bright pops, and yes spring florals are starting to creep their way in, bring on the spring!
In the evening we finished off the day at the Betsy Johnson show and as you can expect it was quite a performance, full of energy and bright lights it was hard to keep up! Here’s round one of our Street Style, more to come tomorrow!
Street Style Photo Credit ~ Nathan Kula
Yesterday after an evening of spending some time with my friends who are visiting New York from London I headed to the Mara Hoffman show. Her fall collection was inspired by “Shaman gauchos”. The ultimate bohemian bombshell sprung to mind as I watched meteorite patterns, tapestry motifs, and “third eye” symbols run down the runway with a jewelry collaboration with All For The Mountain! I left breathless and with a clear indication of how exactly I want to dress for Fall 2012.
Mid afternoon I made my way to “Pie and Thighs” in Williamsburg for a quick southern bite before departing back to Philly in the snow. Tomorrow I’m back to the Big Apple to take a bite at Street Style. I’ll also be checking out the Betsy Johnson show and after party!
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!