National activewear brand FP Movement heads to the Old Mill District this summer.

FP Movement, an offshoot fitness retail concept of Free People, is coming to the Old Mill District this summer. The national activewear brand bridges the gap between fashion and function, a welcome addition to our lifestyle center and retail offerings.

Carrying a collection of pieces that are just as comfortable at Lady Bird or 900 Wall as they are on the river trail or at Orangetheory, FP Movement is set to open at 330 SW Powerhouse Dr., Suite 120, between Evoke Winery and Avalon Salon & Spa. Store officials hope to welcome guests into their new space by early July.

“They’re just a perfect fit with Bend’s active lifestyle,” Old Mill District marketing director Beau Eastes said about the athleisurewear concept that’ll join lululemon and Athleta in the district.

Established in 2012, FP Movement has been at the forefront of redefining activewear, introducing performance-ready styles that extend beyond the gym. Rooted in community, individuality, and the spirit of #movingtogether, FP Movement’s activewear for hiking, running, racquet sports, and skiing bridges the gap between fashion and function.

In 2020, FP Movement emerged as an independent brand, opening its first standalone store in Los Angeles. Today, the brand has 37 stores nationwide, offers online shopping at, and collaborates with wholesale partners and independent fitness studios. From studio to street, FP Movement offers performance-ready activewear, accessories and gear that reflect the transformative power of movement.

FP Movement Logo for shop coming to Old Mill District in Bend, Oregon

A part of the URBN portfolio of brands that include Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters, and Free People, FP Movement is committed to being good stewards of our planet. Since 2012 they’ve donated more than $2 million to the non-profit Girls Inc., recirculated more than 140,000 pieces of activewear through their community donation programs, and partnered with the Better Cotton Initiative to improve cotton farming globally.