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Free People's Short Film Lets Girls' Christopher Abbott Be Loved

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Free People has enlisted the help of an increasingly familiar face, Girls star Christopher Abbott, to shoot a webseries and the coinciding catalogue for the retailer's Spring collections. The first go at the series is, as predicted, adorbs with Abbott and model Sheila Marquez playing roshambo (hipster for rock, paper, scissors) to make all of their choices. It's everything you'd want out of a Free People short film/commercial: magically fated love, hats, and lots and lots of softly lit city street scenes. Take a look after the jump.


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