I'm not fashionable enough to be a Hipster nor do I have the artistic skill that they all seem to possess. That said; I don't mind admitting to some empathy for the look. I've plenty of empathy for nonconformist sub-cultures even if the concept is essentially a self defeating spiral into irony.
The Hipster seems to be ever present in, near and around certain types of marketing agencies. As a result I found my attention drawn by Glove and Boots' "Evolution of the Hispter".