The lifestyle and fashion of the hippies

Behind lifestyles that seem miserable and the influence of drugs, this community is very anti-violent acts such as nuclear problems or the Vietnam war. They are usually vegetarian and also live eco-friendly. One of the grand events that took place in this era was the music and art festival for 3 days of The Woodstock. The festival features 32 musicians and is attended by approximately 500,000 people. So imagine how great this festival is? The Beatles and Bee Gees are also one of the music icons born in this era. Aside from that, if you’re looking for a hippie boyfriend or girlfriend, we recommend you to check out this hippie dating website.

For a more glamorous lifestyle there is also Disco 54, a club where the coolest people in town hang out, say Michael Jackson, Mick and Bianca Jagger, Liza Minnelli, Jerry Hall, Diana Vreeland, Halston, Salvador Dali, Brooke Shields, Janice Dickinson, Cher, Warren Beatty, Woody Allen, to Diane Keaton.

Some of the names that became style icons in the hippie’s era include Talitha Getty, a Dutch socialite who married Paul Getty Jr. which at that time was the richest man in America. He married wearing a mini skirt with fur details and gave an aura of glamor to the perception of the community of the Hippie community. Talitha was often photographed using tunic dresses with paisley motifs, wearing accessories and rings on almost all of his fingers. Unfortunately, he died at the age of 30 because of heroin addiction.

Stevie Nicks, a singer, and songwriter who has joined the Fleetwood Mac band is one of the style icons whose style was imitated by many of the women of that era. He often wears a dress with a poncho model with a fringe detail, then his hair which is left unraveled in a fight. He is counted as a productive musician, and is still active in the tour at the age of 50 years!