NEW YORK — Teens will never admit it, but the uncertain times and fashion’s latest fascination — the counterculture looks of the Sixties and early Seventies often worn by their parents — have become the latest rage.

Suffering from lackluster sales and fashion trends that focused mostly on duster sweaters and denim last back-to-school season, retailers are looking for spirited buying inspired by the casual, anti-establishment looks of another time of national uncertainty — the era of the Vietnam War and Watergate.

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