The counter culture movement of the Hippies fought conventional main stream society. They wore more natural materials, lived together, smoked drank and wrote music to buck the system. Most of the pictures were reproductions of hippie style instead of true. I will also include a picture of "Hair" a Broadway production from the end of the sixties celebrating the Hippie culture.
Originally taken from ‘Hipster’, the term “hippie” was used to describe beatniks who found their technicolor heart in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco; children of the road who believed they should make love, not war. Their vocal opposition to the United States’ involvement in the Vietnam War (1955-1975) and the increasingly rocky road to shared civil rights among all Americans led to this new, alternative form of activism.