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Pupils in their tie-dyed T-shirts and a yellow submarine |mark Thornaby Church of England Primary School's 50th birthday 050615THBYCOFE_27 DOUG MOODY
Hot on the beaches at resorts this season will be colorful bikinis in solids with piping and prints that range from tie-dyed to florals to bold stripes and retro patterns.
In the first half the dancers wore unitards tie-dyed to look like winter twigs al dawn (all costumes by James Hall), and the backdrop by Robert Heishman looked like frost on windows.
As usual, the weird menagerie included a mixture of the prosaic, the perverse, the vicious, the absurd, and the obscene: union hard hats, self-proclaimed lesbian "dykes," clench-fisted Communists, tie-dyed dolphin dancers, and grotesquely tattooed grandmas.
For every girl perplexed by what lip gloss goes best with tie-dyed shirts, we offer peace of mind.
Baby Boomer educators are going through feelings of deja vu as they encounter students fashioning the bell bottom pants, tie-dyed shirts, and peace sign necklaces similar to what educators themselves wore in school.
The display is divided into five chapters: "Poets and Dreamers" (the tie-dyed velvet cape of '60s folk rocker John Sebastian, Jimi Hendrix's black silk-satin bellbottoms, and Bruce Springsteen's flannel shirt); "Idols" (Elvis and the Beatles); "Brilliant Disguise" (David Bowie, Elton John, David Byrne, and Mick Jagger); "High Style," a glittering medley of evening wear and big-name designers that ranges from the Supremes to Madonna; and "Rebels.
You get: a tie-dyed shirt, three stickers, a rock `n' roll embroidered patch, a black light poster and bulb, some glow-in-the-dark stars, a button to pin on a shirt or jacket, an underground comic, six postcards, incense, and a groovy burner--all for only $79.
WITH all the gypsy, hippy goings-on at the moment and the fashion for pretty gathered tops and petticoat skirts, it's no surprise that tie-dyed colours are becoming popular again.
Twin brothers whose casual clothing business began with selling tie-dyed T-shirts at Winnipeg Beach and mushroomed into a multi-million dollar international company were honoured by the Sales and Marketing Executives (Wpg.
As girths widen and hairlines recede, reporters in their thirties and editors in their forties have revived the days when tie-dyed giants in long hair stalked the earth.
Aside from the hardships on the road to the '92 Olympics, the film celebrates the infamous tie-dyed uniforms worn by the Lithuanian Olympic team that feature Speirs' trademark design, the Slam Dunking Skeleton, now a historic piece of Lithuania's basketball culture.
The group also tie-dyed their own shirts for the occasion.
With the churches preparing to celebrated St George on April 27, the AD Young People tie-dyed T-shirts and made headbands to be worn in the Dragon Procession on the day.