Hippie Nation Tee by Icons of Culture


Hippie Nation Tee by Icons of Culture


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We are taking it back to the 1968 – the summer of Love – and the quintessential year of the “Hippie Nation.” This piece of art, named “Hippie Nation,” was used to promote The Pinnacle Dance Concerts, a collection of concerts put on at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles in the ‘60s and ‘70s. Legendary artist John Van Hamersveld was one of the founders of these concerts and went on to create the legendary Pinnacle poster collection, of which “Hippie Nation” is a part. We’re getting nothing but hippie vibes from this killer screen printed work of art. Crafted from our vintage burnout fabric for a lived-in look, this tee features a V-neckline, relaxed fit, short sleeves and a curved hem. By Icons of Culture.

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60% Cotton 40% Polyester


Our vintage burnout garments are specially treated for perfectly imperfect variations in color that will evolve with wear and washing. To care, hand wash or machine wash cold, gentle cycle, lay flat to dry as a heated dryer will accelerate the aging process. Wash before wearing.


Relaxed Fit. Model is 5'7" wearing Size S


Bust: 19” Length: 24” Sleeve Length: 7”

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