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hipster

A young person who is counter culture. Typically progressive in politics, hipsters in the 2015 time frame are often retro and anti-tech, renouncing the latest high-style fashions and gadgets. The moniker dates back to the 1940s when jazz was the "hip" music to listen to. See Luddite.
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This what makes Hipster Chess stand out from the crowd, offering players not only regular color-matching pleasure, but also ability to deeper analyze their moves and strategy.
UNDERWEAR: Fantasie Backless Strapless Bustier, pounds 26; Lejaby Invisibles Hipster String, pounds 14
In the the Nineties the trend for the skimpy continued with girl bands like the Spice Girls and All Saints flashing the top of their thongs over their hipster jeans.
Red push-up bra, pounds 34; hipster thong, pounds 20, Calvin Klein, Princes Square, Glasgow
One focus group HIPster began using recipes from Jessica Seinfeld's cookbook "Deceptively Delicious," which features traditional recipes for children with vegetables hidden inside.
Again with hipster bottoms and a push up bra top, these bikinis cost from pounds 60 to pounds 120 but will give you the hour-glass figure and instant beach cred
From embellished stretch and hipster silhouettes for women to destroyed loose and bootcut fits for men, AE jeans perfectly complement seasonal essentials such as blazers, hoodies, button-downs, and graphic T's.
20 /PRNewswire/ -- Featured on THE TODAY SHOW (09/19/2007), The Bitty Bum Padded Hipster Panty(R) from LoveFifi.
VALENCIA - Imagine a 1950s hipster pad - all martini glasses and clean, modern lines straight out of a Doris Day movie.
From Next to New Look, the high street can't get enough of the cute up-lift bras, hipster briefs and bustiers in fine pinstripes, finished with pretty frills and contrasting lace.
The Korean selections were divided between handsomely produced evocations of traditional Korean dance and frenetic young hipster movement; high technical and production levels distinguished both.