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Hipster Style

Hipster Style
by Spitfire Books

This hipster inspired book feels sturdy and the paper is great quality – high quality, professional, perfect binding (glue binding), with premium male cover design. It has single-sided, lined paper pages with a matte finish soft cover providing a generous amount of space for all writing, journaling, list making, sketching and more. The small size of this guestbook and notebook like quality makes it easy enough to put in a purse, a piece of luggage, backpack, etc as you travel to wherever the retirement party is going to happen. This blank lined journal book could also be combined with other items to make a lovely gift basket too. Perfect for guys who need a place to store their ideas and memories.

Hipster Style My Father Notebook Journal For Dad
by Hab Publication

Jazzy Hipster Father’s day Notebook Journal Day Gifts

This is the perfect and inexpensive birthday, appreciation or Mother’s day gift for Mom and grandmom to write memories, or take notes in. Grab this amazing journal gift now!

Size: 6″ x 9″ inch blanked Lined Journal

Paper: College-ruled on white paper

Pages: 120 sturdy pages

Cover: Soft, Glossy cover

Perfect for gel pen, ink or pencils

Awesome gifts for women, men, kids, mother, grandma, nana, mama, baby, pops, papaw, mom, mommy, girlfriend, aunt, auntie.

This Grandma notebook Journal is also great for Autism Awareness, birthday gifts, Mother’s Day, New Year gift, Christmas gifts, Thanksgiving gifts, Halloween, Easter Day


Hipster Fashion
by Karen Latchana Kenney

Is your style…

• quirky and clever but relaxed?
• a combo of flowy and structured pieces?
• an unconventional mix of patterns, accessories, cuts, and textures?

Then you’ve got that hipster vibe! Good thing you have lots of style experts to look up to. Stars like Miley Cyrus and Emma Watson are always pushing hipster fashion to the next level. With a few hip style staples and a splash of originality, you can create your own super trendy hipster fashion. Find out about the clothes, accessories, and hairstyles that radiate hipster fashion—and discover how you can use them to create your own eclectic style!


Street Style in America: An Exploration
by Jennifer Grayer Moore

What are the origins of highly specific denim fashions, such as bell bottoms, skinny jeans, and ripped jeans? How do mass media and popular culture influence today’s street fashion? When did American fashion sensibilities shift from conformity as an ideal to youth-oriented standards where clothing could boldly express independence and self-expression? Street Style in America: An Exploration addresses questions like these and many others related to the historical and sociocultural context of street style, supplying both A–Z entries that document specific American street styles and illustrations with accompanying commentary.

This book provides a detailed analysis of American street and subcultural styles, from the earliest example reaching back to the early 20th century to contemporary times. It reviews all aspects of dress that were part of a look, considering variations over time and connecting these innovations to fashionable dress practices that emerged in the wakes of these sartorial rebellions. The text presents detailed examinations of specific dress styles and also interrogates the manifold meanings of dress practices that break from the mainstream. This book is a comprehensive resource that will prove invaluable to fashion historians and provide fascinating reading for students and general audiences.


Monster Love ABC Hipster: ABC Hipster Style from A to Z for Toddlers, Kids 1-6 Years Old (Baby First Words, Alphabet Book, Children’s Book )
by Good Day Publishing

Great book for children to learn the words using monster and ABC hipster. Perfect for kids ages 0-5.

DIY Style
by Brent Luvaas

Armed with cheap digital technologies and a fiercely independent spirit, millions of young people from around the world have taken cultural production into their own hands, crafting their own clothing lines, launching their own record labels, and forging a vast, collaborative network of impassioned amateurs more interested in making than consuming.

DIY Style tells the story of this international do-it-yourself (DIY) movement through a major case study of one of its biggest, but least known contingents: the “indie” music and fashion scene of the predominantly Muslim Southeast Asian island nation of Indonesia. Through rich ethnographic detail, in-depth historical analysis, and cutting-edge social theory, the book chronicles the rise of DIY culture in Indonesia, and also explores the phenomenon in Europe and the United States, painting an evocative portrait of vibrant communities who are not only making and distributing popular culture on their own terms, but working to tear down the barriers between production and consumption, third and first world, global and local. What emerges from the book is a cautiously optimistic view of the future of global capitalism – a creative, collectivist alternative built from the ground up.

This exciting and original study is essential reading for students and scholars of anthropology, fashion, media studies, cultural studies and sociology.


Hipster Fashion
by Karen Latchana Kenney

Is your style…

• quirky and clever but relaxed?
• a combo of flowy and structured pieces?
• an unconventional mix of patterns, accessories, cuts, and textures?

Then you’ve got that hipster vibe! Good thing you have lots of style experts to look up to. Stars like Miley Cyrus and Emma Watson are always pushing hipster fashion to the next level. With a few hip style staples and a splash of originality, you can create your own super trendy hipster fashion. Find out about the clothes, accessories, and hairstyles that radiate hipster fashion—and discover how you can use them to create your own eclectic style!


Book of Styling
by Somer Flaherty

This guide explains the whats, whys, and hows of styling, whether you’re looking to update your wardrobe or curate your closet. Accomplished stylist Somer Flaherty helps readers figure out what their look is (or ought to be), and how to tailor that look to their own particular body type. Learn the skills necessary to style others and even to turn styling into a career. Additionally, the book includes:
Color illustrations for all of the looks, body types, and style elements
Sidebars about style through the decades and fashion icons
Fashion activities to help readers put down the book and get to work
Tips for a wide array of fashion emergencies


Bullet Journal
by Mind Publisher

The Bullet Journal is a customizable and forgiving organization system. It can be your to-do list, sketchbook, notebook, and diary, but most likely, it will be all of the above. It will teach you to do more with less. A bullet journal is good for… – People who have a million little to-do lists floating around – People who like pen and paper to-do lists – People who are into goal-setting and habit tracking – People who like stationery, journaling, scrapbooking, beautiful pens, etc. – People who really love planners – People who want to really love planners, or who want to be more organized – People who would really like to keep a journal/diary but are having trouble sticking with the habit.

Hipster Christianity
by Brett McCracken

Insider twentysomething Christian journalist Brett McCracken has grown up in the evangelical Christian subculture and observed the recent shift away from the “stained glass and steeples” old guard of traditional Christianity to a more unorthodox, stylized 21st-century church. This change raises a big issue for the church in our postmodern world: the question of cool. The question is whether or not Christianity can be, should be, or is, in fact, cool. This probing book is about an emerging category of Christians McCracken calls “Christian hipsters”–the unlikely fusion of the American obsessions with worldly “cool” and otherworldly religion–an analysis of what they’re about, why they exist, and what it all means for Christianity and the church’s relevancy and hipness in today’s youth-oriented culture.