A person who follows the latest trends and fashions, especially those regarded as being outside the cultural mainstream.
- And yes, I wrote an article for The American Conservative about a new trend of conservative hipsters.
- Fashionable hipsters and art patrons mingled in the boxy gallery tucked in New York's chic Chelsea district.
- There's nothing more pathetic than an aging hipster.
- Example sentences
- She stars as Kate Hannah, a first-grade teacher living in the hipsterish Los Angeles neighborhood of Highland Park with her slacker husband.
- At first glance this cool hipsterish joint doesn't seem like it'd be very child-friendly.
- Oh, Brooklyn, capital of all things hipsterish and well-coiffured, we love you, but you are losing your touch.
- Example sentences
- But this paper argues that hipsterism fuses cultural capital and affect.
- I mean, jeez, if I'm going to wallow in obvious hipsterism, I want it to at least be fun and well-executed, not ironically arch, foppish and bloodless.
- Andy Warhol would have approved of the rampant hipsterism at his museum Friday.
Words that rhyme with hipsterquipster, tipster
(Of a garment) having the waistline at the hips rather than the waist.
- You can spot these on skinny girls wearing hipster clothing.
- But it's not all racist hipster clothing outlets and space-age rice pudding bars that drew the Murdochs to the neighborhood.
- A hipster belt draws attention to your curves without going overboard.
noun(hipsters) Back to top
Pants having a waistline at the hips; hip-huggers.
- Her figure looked fine but the jeans were hipsters and the tank top was a little short.
- Expect all the hits from the film as the cast transport you back to the days of leather jackets, skin tight catsuits, hipsters and squares.
- In 1995, bootleg hipsters irrevocably changed the design of trousers.
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