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There's always a lot to look forward to when it comes to Free City, mostly slipping into the super sweats every evening, weekend, rainy morning and plenty more in between. Plus, come every October, when the brand launches an insanely cool installation and new collection inside its Highland Ave space.
Free City founder Nina Garduno was inspired this time to create an installation and line that channeled "Full Blown Goodness" aka the infectious, heartfelt and respected sounds of Gospel music and colors inspired by stained glass.
The store, which guests got to check out last night during an event celebrating the new theme, was transformed to include pops of cobalt blue, fuchsia and yellow as well as Gospel albums peppered around the perimeter.
The ultimate in stylish and comfy sweats plus a Gospel-inspired space? Feel good indeed.
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