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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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"I set up a Peruvian Hipsters Facebook page ages ago.
Rhondda band The Peruvian Hipsters pictured in the '80s
As a result, I have been forced to briefly adopt the hipster lifestyle as described above instead of working from home as usual.
Es igualmente visible esta nostalgia restauradora en las dinamicas urbanas que generan los hipsters en los barrios que habitan.
But London's renowned hipster favourites have only seen modest growth in property prices.
The Aroma Bravo Coffee and Tea team hopes for these hipster coffee trends to end soon, and recommends serious coffee lovers to enjoy a simple cup of brewed coffee at home instead of following the latest fad online.
Shankly's mind would melt these days but the irony is that his great big pal was probably the original football hipster.
En este aspecto, el hipster se caracteriza por un marcado individualismo, que se refleja en el culto que profesa a la independencia personal; ante un mundo tan complejo y cambiante como el posmoderno, el hipster encuentra en si mismo el unico bastion en el que puede hallar seguridad.
The hipster look is leading more men than ever to have a beard transplant, surgeons have said.
The Bondi Hipsters are funny, quotable and already well established.
I didn't know what a hipster was because we don't have that in England, I don't think.
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With stints at Nike and Under Armour under his belt, Ambroza decided to welcome young craftsmakers, artisans and Brooklyn hipsters to the Carhartt brand, known for sturdy canvas work clothes.
Jokers are having a field day, with the Twitter account of the Atlanta International Fashion Week speculating that it may be an elaborate plot against hipsters for whom facial hair has become de rigeur.