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Groovy Fashion Trends of 1969 (ARCHIVE 2013)

In 1969, Arthur Schatz, a photographer for Life Magazine, perfectly captured the hippie sub-culture fashion of the emerging youth. Schatz photographed a California high school and its many fads including shift dresses, fringe vests, crop tops, bell bottoms, floral maxis and kaleidoscope prints imitating those of Emilio Pucci. I’m not promoting bell bottoms and I’ve never supported the re-emergence of fringe, but many of the styles from the late sixties have come back around in a very good way.

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Pics via here

Schatz also did a shoot with Jack Nicholson in 1969 in Nicholson’s Los Angeles home:

 

Pics via here and here

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