1960s-1970s tie dye
The 1960s-1970s tie dye became part of a hippie movement. It included a new era in the music, rejection for the fashion established in society, and protest against the war. Also, it was and continues to be a symbol of connection with the universe through its spectrum of colors. It is art therapy.
Hippie describes an unconventional person, unattached to material things. Their goal is to be a free spirit, therefore, to live a life where happiness, wellbeing, love, and peace, are the most important aspects.
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