By the early 1970s, young people taking a stand against America’s political establishment had cemented hippie fashion as a protest statement. Movements against the Vietnam War and supporting feminism, African American civil rights, LGBT rights, and environmentalism embraced the casual, non-conformist style that had been launched in the late 1960s. Looks included lots of denim, fringe, tie-dyed fabrics, beaded headbands, and leather sandals or...Continue Reading