Hipster

[1940s subculture] Hipster or hepcat, as used in the 1940s, referred to aficionados of jazz, in particular bebop, which became popular in the early 1940s. The hipster adopted the lifestyle of the jazz musician, including some or all of the following: dress, slang, use of cannabis and other drugs, relaxed attitude, sarcastic humor, self-impo...
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Hipster

[1990s subculture] Source: www.harpercollins.com ...
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Hipster

[contemporary subculture] Hipster is a term popularly used to denote an international subculture primarily consisting of white millennials living in urban areas. The subculture has been described as a `mutating, trans-Atlantic melting pot of styles, tastes and behavior[s]` and is broadly associated with indie and alternative music, a varied...
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Hipster

Hipster is a style of skirt or trousers cut to fit snugly around the hips rather than the waist. They were first introduced in the 1960s and are often held in place by a large, wide belt passing through belt loops at the waist.
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Hipster

Hipster is slang for an enthusiast of modern jazz.
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