bumsters

bumsters

(ˈbʌmstəz)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) Brit trousers cut so that the top lies just above the cleft of the buttocks
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Bumsters, Big Black Organs and Old White Gold: Embodied Racial Myths in Sexual Relationships of Gambian Beach Boys.
Next day we headed north to fashionable Fajara and were hit on at once by a trio of dreadlocked bumsters calling themselves the Reggae Boys.
Beware of Bumsters - men selling their wares on beaches and near hotels.
It's also important to remember that the Bumsters mean you no harm.
While some tourists are accused by observers of "contaminating local culture with Western vices", the bumsters have generated, and degenerated, their own subculture of begging, idling and harassing tourists near hotels and on some parts of the beaches.
It was Alexander McQueen who brought us the first pair of bumsters but they didn't really take off either.
Says Sean Jenkins, a regular visitor: "I am not coming back to face harassment from the bumsters again.
The shot of the model named Carmen Hawk, hunched, declares nothing specific about gender - everyone has a back and a butt - and neither do McQueen's pants, since he has done bumsters for men.
He then re-visited some of his old brainwaves, but in more saleable form - bumsters that did not quite reveal the buttocks, softer tail coats in white lace or pastel brocade, and lace dresses that, rather than slashed across the breasts as he did in his infamous Highland Rape collection, were fluted out to a skirt over petticoats.
And ever since he has continued to ruffle feathers with his designs - rear cleavage bumsters and his 1995 dishevelled Highland Rape Collection.