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  • With his hipster glasses, Vans sneakers, and spiky hair, Bill doesn't look like the back-to-nature type.

    Primitive Instincts: Where modern man can learn to live like his ancestors

  • With his hipster glasses, Vans sneakers, and spiky hair, Bill doesn't look like the back-to-nature type.

    Primitive Instincts: Where modern man can learn to live like his ancestors

  • The women's movement, the back-to-nature aspect of the hippies, and the sexual revolution all contributed to a mini resurgence of unisex children's clothing, which typically took the form of identical pants for boys and girls, as in this Simplicity pattern for Toddler Poncho, Pants and Vest from 1976:

    Tove Hermanson: Age and Gender Appropriate Fashion

  • With his hipster glasses, Vans sneakers, and spiky hair, Bill doesn't look like the back-to-nature type.

    Primitive Instincts: Where modern man can learn to live like his ancestors

  • The women's movement, the back-to-nature aspect of the hippies, and the sexual revolution all contributed to a mini resurgence of unisex children's clothing, which typically took the form of identical pants for boys and girls, as in this Simplicity pattern for Toddler Poncho, Pants and Vest from 1976:

    Tove Hermanson: Age and Gender Appropriate Fashion

  • The women's movement, the back-to-nature aspect of the hippies, and the sexual revolution all contributed to a mini resurgence of unisex children's clothing, which typically took the form of identical pants for boys and girls, as in this Simplicity pattern for Toddler Poncho, Pants and Vest from 1976:

    Tove Hermanson: Age and Gender Appropriate Fashion

  • The women's movement, the back-to-nature aspect of the hippies, and the sexual revolution all contributed to a mini resurgence of unisex children's clothing, which typically took the form of identical pants for boys and girls, as in this Simplicity pattern for Toddler Poncho, Pants and Vest from 1976:

    Tove Hermanson: Age and Gender Appropriate Fashion

  • Alastair Gordon - A WSJ. contributing editor, Alastair Gordon wrote "Art in Residence," on Gian Enzo Sperone's Swiss house, and "Wild Green Yonder," about back-to-nature golf courses, for this issue.

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  • The women's movement, the back-to-nature aspect of the hippies, and the sexual revolution all contributed to a mini resurgence of unisex children's clothing, which typically took the form of identical pants for boys and girls, as in this Simplicity pattern for Toddler Poncho, Pants and Vest from 1976:

    Tove Hermanson: Age and Gender Appropriate Fashion

  • He avoids the indulgences of so many of his back-to-nature contemporaries who tend to tame down nature's otherness into cliched organic pleasantries.

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