Although tie-dye was an identifying symbol among hippies, it has re-emerged in modern fashion. Everything from handbags to dresses to blouses is showing a little love to 1967's Summer of Love. Both women's and men's designers have embraced tie-dye as a motif in recent collections.

The tie-dye of the 1960s was characterized by numerous bright colors and homemade appearence to each garment. Nowadays designers seem to favor a slightly more muted palatte and more controlled pattern.