Hollywood’s Most Famous Flower Children: A Look at the Iconic Hippies of the 60s and 70s

Are you ready to take a trip down memory lane and discover which of Hollywood’s stars have embraced the hippie lifestyle? From their choice of clothing to advocating for communal living, you’ll be surprised by how many A-list celebrities fit into Merriam-Webster’s definition of ‘hippie’. So let’s dive in and explore which household names are part of the movement!

Gloria Steinem

Gloria Steinem was an influential figure in the hippie movement. She took a stance against the Vietnam War by refusing to pay taxes, and her article “After Black Power, Women’s Liberation” made her nationally known.

Gloria Steinem Speaks At Rally
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Bettye Lane/Photo Researchers History/Getty Images

In 1971, she co-founded Ms., one of the first magazines dedicated to women’s liberation movements. Her work remains relevant today and has inspired many people to stand up for their rights.