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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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Shirts, shoes, gloves, hipsters, handbags and even make-up are all designed to dazzle you over the next couple of months.
And all along the High Street, you'll find racks of low-slung hipster trousers and skimpy, cropped T-shirts.
In the same way that I don't want to see men with humungous beer bellies in crop tops and hipsters, I don't want to see women with their bellies hanging down to their knees either.
The Llansamlet-born actress, who wore barely-there navy shorts in the 1980s' sitcom, has said she is amazed by the hipster trousers worn by young girls.
Hipsters, pounds 59, top, pounds 65, both by Modzart (to order, phone 0171 351 2088), shoes, pounds 34.
Although arthritis forced him to leave the professional arena in the late 1980s, Jenkins remained active teaching voice and piano, serving as mentor, writing charts and coaching performances for many of the young hipsters who frequented L.
The film is adapted from John Fante's 1939 novel, which is lionized by hipsters like Towne and Charles Bukowski.
According to our fashion girls-in-the-know, hipsters are on the way out.
Any home goods manufacturer or retailer must understand HIPsters because they are the consumers who are the first to jump on important new home-related trends, are the initial adopters of important new products for the home, and are sought out by mainstream consumers for opinions and advice about home products and home decorating.
Hipsters - Beware with cropped tops they are only suitable for washboard tummies