The typical hipster is obsessed with trends before they were trendy- they wore American Apparel v-necks1 before Mitchell Davis2 came around, Vans before Warped Tour even existed, and skinny jeans long before Tripp jeans3 went out of style. Whether or not they are truly original is hardly the point- hipsters all confidently vocalize how they pioneered certain trends. However, the irony in this is that hipsters all claim to dissociate themselves with trends and conformity, making their “moment of self aggrandizing glory4” if not presumptuous, hypocritical. The hipster style is often compared to that of the Indie Kid. However, hipsters and Indie kids differ in that a hipster will go to an American Apparel store and pay $25 for a v-neck; whereas the Indie kid will simply cut a v-neck into one of their t-shirts because they don‘t have the money to do otherwise. Hipsters, conclusively, attempt to buy the Indie fashion, mostly due to its recent media acclaim. Shows such as The O.C. and One Tree Hill show the Indie kid as being the non-leading protagonist everyone ends up rooting for, regardless of their lack of place in most episodal plot. However, the Indie kids’ whole appeal lies in th...
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7. Ben Gibbard’s side project during a Death Cab hiatus and the ending of his first adult relationship. They have one album and three E.P.s.
8. YACHT is Mitchell Davis’ favorite band.
9. The Shins were popularized in the Indie kid classic, Garden State.
10. The easiest website to upload music to and download music from free. It’s probably very illegal.
11. Surrealistic artist. Mitchell Davis’ inspiration for doing everything, apparently.
12. Her art contains the same girl with multiple alterations. Kinda weird but not fascinating.
13. The triangle thing is new. I assume it has to do with YACHT, as the A is actually a triangle on everything. Not entirely sure, but all the hipsters have them.
14. The gorgeous leading lady in another Indie kid classic, (500) Days Of Summer. She’s in a hipster band, and is married to Ben Gibbard.
15. It happened. A lot.
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