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Look at our lovely ladies sporting these sexy outfits that make a romantic gift and great date looks! All outfits are sold at Free People in Brooklyn!

Amma is wearing the Pucker Daisy Lace Dress.

Amma is wearing the Pucker Daisy Lace Dress.

 

Cat is in the We the Free Valentine's Tee and Free People One Ruffle Skirt.

Cat is in the We the Free Valentine's Tee and Free People One Ruffle Skirt.

 

Cat again in the Flora Rose Dress.

Cat again in the Flora Rose Dress.

 

Amma in the Poison Ivy Slip and the Petticoat Lace Skirt!

Amma in the Poison Ivy Slip and the Petticoat Lace Skirt!

 

Maddie wearing the V-Neck Cardigan and Petticoat Lace Skirt in pink.

Maddie wearing the V-Neck Cardigan and Petticoat Lace Skirt in pink.

the Girls at Free People, Brooklyn

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Yesterday since we got out a little early from Free People due to the blizzard, I decided to have some fun in the snow! My friend Ryan and I walked around Williamsburg to enjoy the sights. Take a look at some of our pics.

I snapped a picture of the Archive in Bushwick before getting on the train. Bogart Street looked amazing in the snow.

I snapped a picture of the Archive in Bushwick before getting on the train. Bogart Street looked amazing in the snow.

 

McCarren Park in the snow.

McCarren Park in the snow.

 

Me in my Free People coat in McCarren Park.

Me in my Free People coat in McCarren Park.

 

Snowy sidewalk in Williamsburg

Snowy sidewalk in Williamsburg

 

Friendly Snowman we found on North 9th.

Friendly Snowman we found on North 9th.

 

Cat and the Girls at Free People, Brooklyn

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I just love every exhibit at the Nicholas Robinson Gallery They have such a great taste for compelling artists. Check out Robert Zungu who’s showing there now until February 20th. It’s a short lived show so get there fast.

Robert Žungu's Held Securely Without Injury to Feathers Or Other Parts (For Patrick Lambert), Now on show at the Nicholas Robinson Gallery

Robert Žungu's Held Securely Without Injury to Feathers Or Other Parts (For Patrick Lambert), Now on show at the Nicholas Robinson Gallery

Robert Zungu's "Five Gorilla's" now on show at the Nicholas Robinson Gallery.

Robert Zungu's "Five Gorilla's" now on show at the Nicholas Robinson Gallery.

 

The Nicholas Robinson Gallery is located on 535 West 20th Street, NY, NY.

Cat and the Girls at “Free People,” Brooklyn

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Jason Estrin is one of Brooklyn’s very own comic book illustrators. We love his work! Check out this four- page illustration he posted on his blog a couple of months ago called THE HOUSE OF RESPECTED NAMES.

The Cover of JASON ESTRIN's "HOUSE OF RESPECTED NAMES."

The Cover of JASON ESTRIN's "HOUSE OF RESPECTED NAMES."

Page 2 of JASON ESTRIN'S "HOUSE OF RESPECTED NAMES."

Page 2 of JASON ESTRIN'S "HOUSE OF RESPECTED NAMES."

Page 3 of JASON ESTRIN'S "HOUSE OF RESPECTED NAMES."

Page 3 of JASON ESTRIN'S "HOUSE OF RESPECTED NAMES."

Page 4 of JASON ESTRIN'S "HOUSE OF RESPECTED NAMES."

Page 4 of JASON ESTRIN'S "HOUSE OF RESPECTED NAMES."

The colors and images he uses in his illustrations make them different from other comic illustrators. Check out more of Estrin’s work on his blog.

Cat and the Girls at Free People, Brooklyn

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Free People Brooklyn has just opened on 113 Smith Street in Boerum Hill. Come visit us! We’ve been open for about a week and have received great feedback on our new look and items. 

Take a look at these photos from our store:

Our Free People store front on the corner of Smith and Pacific.

Our Free People store front on the corner of Smith and Pacific.

 

Our lovely dressed window ladies wearing nothing but Free People.

Our lovely dressed window ladies wearing nothing but Free People.

 

The inside of the store. It's so bright and amazing!

The inside of the store. It's so bright and amazing!

Also meet a few of the new girls on our staff:

Maddie's one of our new managers. She's wearing the Noblita's and We the Free "I Can Feel Your Smile" tee.

Maddie's one of our new managers. She's wearing the Noblita's and We the Free "I Can Feel Your Smile" tee.

 

Ashley's a new manager here at Free People Brooklyn! She's wearing the FP One Jeans and a long sleeve WTF Henley.

Ashley's a new manager here at Free People Brooklyn! She's wearing the FP One Jeans and a long sleeve WTF Henley.

 

Amma's not new here, she worked in our little store when it was We the Free, but this picture was so awesome we just had to introduce her! She's wearing the new WTF One Dress.

Amma's not new here, she worked in our little store when it was We the Free, but this picture was so awesome we just had to introduce her! She's wearing the new WTF One Dress.

 

Come by and see the new look for yourself! Can’t wait to meet you.

Cat and the Girls at Free People, Brooklyn

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It’s been up for almost a month… and I haven’t seen many posts about it on the internet, but “Who Shot Rock and Roll” now being exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum of Art looks awesome and I know I’m going to go see it. The Museum claims that it’s goal with this exhibit is to “acknowledge the photographer’s creative and collaborative role in history of rock music.” Sounds pretty sweet to me. Check out some photos being shown at the exhibit:

Bob Dylan by Barry Feinstein now on show at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

Bob Dylan by Barry Feinstein now on show at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

LL Cool J by Albert Watson now at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

LL Cool J by Albert Watson now at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

Mick Jagger by Michael Putland now at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

Mick Jagger by Michael Putland now at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

 The Brooklyn Museum of Art is located on 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11238

Hours are- Sunday 11- 6, Wednesday- Friday 12- 5 and Saturday 11- 6 (1st Saturday of each month is open til 11 P.m.!)

the Girls at We the Free, Brooklyn

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Tim Burton is now at the MoMA in a special exhibition including his films AND drawing. Who’s ready for some sweet illustrations by more than just a film maker.

Drawing by Tim Burton now at the MoMA.

Drawing by Tim Burton now at the MoMA.

Drawing by Tim Burton now at the MoMA.

Drawing by Tim Burton now at the MoMA.

Drawing by Tim Burton now at the MoMA.

Drawing by Tim Burton now at the MoMA.

Drawing by Tim Burton now at the MoMA.

Drawing by Tim Burton now at the MoMA.

The exhibit goes until April 2010, so there’s no rush right away, but I’m sure you’re all so excited you’ll be there time and time again.

MoMA is located on 11 West 53rd Street between 5th and 6th Avenue.

It is open Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday 10:30- 5:30 

and Friday 10:30- 8:00

Happy BLACK FRIDAY everyone! Come say hi!

the Girls at “We the Free,” Brooklyn

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