soundtrack : The Brian Jonestown Massacre / Anemone
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The entire American avant-garde has already adopted it: fashion, cosmetics, decoration, food and tourism follow the New Age movement on the move.
Less radical than the revolution launched by their ancestors, across the Atlantic, the Neo-Hippie movement is spreading slowly but surely in all sectors.
Its foundation can be summed up in one word: liberation! Freedom of movement, thought and choice. Get rid of educational shackles, the economic and political system. Open your chakras and expand your perception.
Was it the entry into the Age of Aquarius that triggered this change? The transition has been taking place slowly since the time of the beatniks, but its pace has accelerated in the face of the sad observation of the state of our planet and the broken promises.
Rejection of 19th century capitalism and its bourgeois and back to roots values. We just keep the internet which facilitates this liberalization.
Flower Power So comes back like a boomerang: we savor our newfound freedom of choice, we favor fluidity and simplicity. We consume authentic, recycled, locavore. Better we become self-sufficient like Jacques Massacrier whose 1972 Savoir-Revivre guide is a bible in this area.
Schools are setting up in the forests, we limit our carbon footprint, we cook legumes in recycled pottery, we sprinkle our dishes with edible flowers ...
But today it is no longer a community utopia; it is a duty that is installed in the daily life of the home.
And the pandemic which has come to legitimize this movement ... We dream of all the more joy, fantasies, gatherings and nature. Celebration of green, patchwork, natural materials, color, animals, forests, oceans ... Ode to Patchamama!
photography + film by Shelby Rahe © psychic-outlow
@ h & m
Sacred Moon collection @ida & moon
The trend is "Psychic" and in Psychic there is "chic".
The sophistication of the past is completely outdated and relegated to the new rich.
Rejection of the external signs of "good taste" of the twentieth century: above all no logo, even less luxury brands "before". At best, a vintage mottled piece.
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