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Free People boutique hits the UK

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Fireworks aren't the only reason to celebrate today (5 November) - it also marks the UK launch of hotly anticipated American womenswear label Free People.

The Urban Outfitters-owned line, whose celebrity fans include Kate Bosworth, Taylor Swift and Heidi Klum, has crossed the pond and is now available to Britons at freepeople.co.uk.

Trend spotters can snap up spring/summer 2012 and vintage pieces from the boutique, which specialises in a bohemian mix of faux fur coats, mixed print prairie blouses, sequinned tunics and leather metallic jackets.

The accessory and shoe sections also look promising, with a broad archive of styles and designs showcasing the "femininity, spirit and creativity" of Free People.

To top it all off, there's free delivery for UK customers for the first month as well. Take a look at freepeople.co.uk.

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