Spoofing ‘Hipsterism’…

…but still gaining status from appropriating the identity.

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One thought on “Spoofing ‘Hipsterism’…

  1. Making fun of hipsterism has a weird meta quality, I think. Is it possible to ‘ironically’ invoke the hipster image as a social critique without being hipster? Does it make you less hipster if that outrageous hat you’re wearing is meant as an ironic commentary on hipster fashion?

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