ultrahip

ultrahip

(ˌʌltrəˈhɪp)
adj
informal extremely trendy or fashionable
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s exotically tinged notion of festival style is of a piece, in spirit at least, with the collective vision of an influential coterie of designers whose fall collections are a bazaar-style synthesis of patterns and weaves, bubble-wrap-like techno knits, tassels, fringe and tribal motifs -- a mix suggesting nothing so much as an ultrahip, modern-day wayfarer.
Jenny Oxier, known to clients and fans as simply Jenny-O, worked in mainstream salons for years before opening her own Reno salon, the ultrahip Salon 7.
What: The ultrahip Portland ensemble provides the music, while Eugene Ballet dancers dance; the troupe also does Melissa Nolen's "Idyll for Eight"
9 THE L-WORD This ultrahip Showtime soap--now in its third season--immerses us in a Sapphic community of LA professionals whose problems with adultery, sperm banks, divorce, and commitment are compounded by their obsessions with torrid sex, gorgeous bodies, trendy hairdos, and stylish clothes.
Regis) is ultrastylish and ultrahip without skimping on service, comfort, or convenience.
The ultrahip club costs pounds 37 which includes canapes,cocktails and much merriment and dancing.
The production is set in the present, at one of those ultrahip after-hours clubs, with the Capulets and the Montagues apparently presiding over rival record labels.
In early April, Miramax co-head Harvey Weinstein, tenacious champion of edgy, ultrahip and highbrow pics for adults, picked up the family banner.
Browning has also put fur throws and pillows on the beds at Starwood's ultrahip W Hotels.
The name may have been cleverly derived from that '70s whiteboy cool movie classic Easy Rider, but it was Morgan Freeman's avant-garde black cool that made the Easy Reader ultrahip, so funny and on point--somewhat anticipating the style of the rap group Outkast of "So Fresh and So Clean" fame.
Mark Slouka (War of the Worlds, 1995) says that `behind Kevin Kelly's ultrahip rhetoric, I hear the dull drone of 50,000 at Nuremburg .
Now, Uotinen has broken the pattern by turning his company 180 degrees to face West; peppering it with the works of the ultrahip Forsythe, Preljocaj, and Naharin; inviting guest teachers from Belgium and America; and ordering new productions of the classics from France and points West--Patrice Bart's Don Quixote, Nureyev's Nutcracker from Paris Opera, Pierre Lacotte's La Sylphide, Natalia Makarova's La Bayadere from American Ballet Theatre.
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