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For spring ’99, the fashion industry is in sync with a recent thematic preoccupation of film and television. Ponchos, fringe, peasant blouses, mirrored handbags and clogs have reappeared on the runway, this time under the guise of hippie chic, hippie fabulous and hippie glam.

To be sure, remnants of the ’60s flower children have resurfaced before. Fashion frequently dabbles in the flared trousers, tie-dye shirts and miniskirts of that decade. But in this incarnation, the clothes don’t look quite so retro or stoked in sweet nostalgia. Instead, they represent a new, more informed expression of ’60s style. They are pretty, but they also have a sharp edge, like a prom queen all grown up and knocked around by life.

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