In honor of Woodstock's 40th anniversary and the new movie Taking Woodstock, I asked you to pretend we're going to a modern-day version. The hippie vibe will remain, only updated. I suggested denim cutoffs, cool sandals, tie-dye, etc. The more flamboyant the better!
In honor of Woodstock's 40th anniversary and the new movie Taking Woodstock, let's pretend we're going to a modern-day version. I wish! The hippie vibe will remain, only updated. Think denim cutoffs, cool sandals, tie-dye, etc. The more flamboyant the better!
I'll start you off with these Juicy Couture Peace Sign Stud Earrings ($52) — the peace sign is retro but the studs are modern.
Let's go Fab Finding. Be sure to come back and tell me your Fab Finds are up, or just tag your Fab Finds with Modern-Day Woodstock. Now, you can build outfits by creating a list of clothing items. We have everything you need to build outfits, and you can use your Fab Find bookmarks, too. This is an even better way to put together an entire outfit when completing your Fab Finding missions. Learn what a Fab Find is and how to make one. And here's a detailed explanation of bookmarks from geeksugar.
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This weekend marks the 40th anniversary of the Woodstock Festival, which originally took place from Aug. 15 through Aug. 18, 1969. Tickets were sold separately for each day of the festival, but many concertgoers made the most of their experience and paid for all three days. Can you guess how much a ticket cost to attend one day of Woodstock?Take the Quiz
If you want to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Woodstock this Summer, you'll have to head to a movie theater. Thanks to a lack of money and sponsors, a previously planned commemorative concert won't be happening.
The original promoters of Woodstock had planned to hold a free concert in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, an event that was sure to replace hippies with hipsters.
At least Hollywood's here to re-create the epic concert. Ang Lee's Taking Woodstock opens on Aug. 28 and the cast includes some geeky dreamboats, like Emile Hirsch and Demetri Martin. All is not lost.
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