BOSTON — From the psychedelic VW buses parked outside, to Jimi Hendrix’s “Purple Haze” blaring inside, the Museum of Fine Arts’ newest fashion exhibition “Hippie Chic” is a lighthearted look at a colorful fashion epoch.
In real life, the counterculture often sourced its fashion from a thrift shop, while the show relies on high-end looks that never cavorted in a muddy meadow or camped in a VW bus.
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