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  • n. Plural form of scenester.


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  • And the scenesters are the result of melding hipsters and gravers, identifiable by their studded belts, tight clothing and maybe a black handkerchief in the back pocket.

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  • I'm guessing that these riders are making their way south and have already been refused safe harbor in Boston, and they've either just arrived in New York where they will make entreaties to the local "scenesters" with offerings of trinkets such as "hipster cysts" and Oury grips, or they've just been rejected and are about to head south to Philadelphia.

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  • It's the reason behind Parow's instant rise to fame, taking a jab at "scenesters", especially in Cape Town, and giving an Afrikaans perspective never quite heard before.


  • Despite the torrential rain last Thursday night, celebrities, designers, and scenesters alike turned out in full force to fete a host of celebrations taking place throughout the city that evening.

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  • Celebrities and aspiring scenesters had to make the difficult choice between two publicity tours: Grammy hoopla or Fashion Week row hopping?

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  • Adapted from a collection of semi-connected short stories from that master of 1980s-era excess Bret Easton Ellis (“American Psycho,” “Less Than Zero,” “The Rules of Attraction”), “The Informers” fails to develop one interesting character among the roughly 20 or so unhappy, self-loathing scenesters that populate the film.

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  • Yes, it's populated with scenesters who want nothing more than to have a conversation topic at the next hip party.

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  • The leading scenesters in Los Angeles, down in Mexico to throw a party.

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  • Although many of the scenester parties happen in Centro, Centro is not where most scenesters hang out or live.

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  • There were lots of L.A. scenesters there to say hello to Hutton Wilkinson, who consulted on the 18 karat-gold-plated baubles.

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