our holiday displays are now up in our stores and they are so, so beautiful… like stepping into a magical forest dusted with snow, where trees drip with crystals and shiny trinkets catch the moonlight and twinkle like stars…
from our display team:
this year’s holiday display was inspired by vintage snowy showgirl dresses mixed in with antique silver and icy blue trinkets. we have intricately cut snowflake curtains paired with sheer glittery booti print panels – inspired by actual indian booti prints. we wanted to balance the delicate dresses and panels with organic branches and rugged cardboard gift boxes. then to add sparkle and pops of color, we added the neon melon crystal chains to hang in groups from the ceiling.
and now here are the installed displays at our ardmore and king of prussia, pa stores! i actually drove by our ardmore store saturday night and it looked amazing with the twinkling lights in the dark.
oh lovely! where did the antique showgirl photographs come from?
I love these amazing pictures. The inspiration is so great and the finished product is awesome.
These look amazing! I just checked the website for some of those glittery dresses though and couldn’t find them. Will they be online soon?
hi candice- those are actually part of the display, so they wont be for sale! sorry! maybe we’ll be able to give one away when the displays come down ;)
Oh yay, theres another candice as well! hehe
I really want to make one of those jeweled string chandeliers for my room! It is so funny how our KOP customers ask if the dresses on the wall are for sale! Though I am not surprised! I am dying to get my hands on the second one from the left! :D Display looks wonderful!
Wow! Those dresses! You MUST give one (or more!) away for a give away after the Holiday decor goes does :)
I would love to know how the sequin hangers were made! =)
ahhh! so disappointed…those sparkly dresses are AMAZING! i just searched the website for them.. should have read the comments! FP PLEASE MAKE SOME DRESSES LIKE THAT!
the inspiration photos were from a circus book belonging to our creative director – “The Circus 1870-1950” by Taschen
love these! I put together a few of the coral ribbon crystals, they look great up!
Yes, PLEASE make some dresses like that!! ;-) LOVE!!
i’m sorry….like does not do it justice….LOVEEEEEEEEE it!!!
sooo many good, creative touches! i neverrrr would have thought of wrapping a bike in christmas lights, but i gotta say, it’s suppper hott!! great job creative team :)
Are the dresses hanging on the walls of the store being sold (the white and silver ones)? I can’t find any of them on the website!
omg….love all the sparkle. those dresses are absolutely amazing!
wow those dresses are gorgeous
Oh wow! That main dress on the mannequin in the very first picture! That dress is so beautiful! IS that a Free People dress or no?
wow can you please tell me how i can get one of those dresses on the wall? You should bid them off!
I’m in love with those sequin, sparkly dresses! They remind me of some of the that dance costumes Jennifer Grey has been wearing on Dancing with the stars this season!
I’ve def. seen the ornament tree wall display done somewhere else. Is there a source?
hi everyone! the dresses are part of the display so they are not for sale on our website- HOWEVER a little birdie told me that we’ll be selling them when the displays come down and maybe, just maybe, we’ll give one away…..
I love the sparkly dresses! is the dress in the window free people??
All I want for Christmas is a FP store in Palm Beach Gardens!!!!
Great stuff…Now how’s about ,,,Widning the SIZE…EVEY ONE want’s to be FREE :)
YOU could Call It ‘FREE PEOPLE (on Vacation’ :):) !
BUY U online,+ in Stores….
‘Cause…I’M a FREE PEOPLE ! :)
Love the OLD pictures you posted…