Definition of hipsterism in English:




See hipster

  • ‘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.’
  • ‘On the topic of hipsterism, what a salve to my fury it is to read that someone is satirising hipster dufuses.’