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Free People just got a new go-to destination in New York City. The brand is wrapping up renovations on its Rockefeller Center store and plans to debut its finalized larger format (read: it's now just over 11,000 square feet) this coming Wednesday, which will be enough space to house some collections previously only available online.
That includes FP Movement, their activewear range with apparel ranging from $28 for a wrap skirt to $305 for a neoprene wetsuit. They'll also be expanding the sales areas for dresses, shoes, and intimates, and introducing a range of home goods as well.
Now that it's the largest of their five NYC locations (including Flatiron, Soho, the Upper East Side, and Cobble Hill), it'll probably also be the most crowded as well. No word on whether you'll be able to find bridal or festival here, too.