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hipster

(ˈhɪpstɚ)
n. a youth of the 1950s, characterized by an interest in jazz and cool things. Were the hipsters the ones with the big shoulder pads?
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Hipster Chess is available on the App Store and is currently priced $0.
Comfy under hipsters and with no visible panty line.
One HIPster renovated the garage of her new home before she even moved in.
Buttercup yellow lace underwired bra, pounds 41, and matching hipster briefs with bow detail, pounds 27, both from Princesse Tam Tam 0870 777 0009
Hipsters are almost too hot to handle in ultra-tactile suede, while skinny jackets get even sexier in PVC.
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.
High street store Morgan hit all the right buttons with these neat fitting purple hipsters.
The hipster will be available in both 100 percent cotton denim and a stretch version in a cotton/lycra mix.
Finished off with an obligatory hipster belt, this is what to expect next year.
In next week's episode, she must track down a confidence man who escapes from her responsibility via the women he has seduced; that a Leonard Cohen song serves as a plot point gives you an idea of the hipster cool that percolates throughout this series (the show employs David Holmes' funky ``Out of Sight'' score).
Whereas John's presentation has mellowed over the years as his voice as a gay man has grown more public, Wainwright creates music suffused with the gay sensibility of yesteryear--witty wordplay, operatic emotions, outsider attitude--that reads as sensitive rock renegade to the hipster crowd and as old-school homo to us.
Hunk of the moment Colin Farrell finds the emotional truth in the most contrived situations as James Clayton, MIT computer whiz - and hipster bartender
Step into some seriously stylish hipster pants with bootleg flares, crop tops, lace pants, and even maxi denim skirts.