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Tie-dye is making a comeback, and experts say it's thanks to a turbulent political climate

Tie-dye is making a comeback, and experts say it's thanks to a turbulent political climate
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Tie-dye is having a comeback.




In the 1960s, tie-dye was seen as a symbol of the counterculture and a way to express freedom and individuality.




Experts say we can draw parallels to today.



In its heyday in the 1960s, tie-dye was seen as a symbol of the counterculture, a way to escape from the strict social norms of the 1950s and express freedom and individuality.
It's currently making a comeback in fashion, and experts say there are clear political and social parallels to be made with the 1960s.
"In the Trump era when right-wing politics is so loud, I think tie-dye can be viewed as a peaceful, but defiant protest against conservatives," R13 denim founder Chris Leba recently told Harper's Bazaar.
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