bumster

bumster

(ˈbʌmstə)
adj
(of trousers) cut low so as to reveal the top part of the buttocks
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Figuras similares, aunque con sus propias especificidades, encontramos en otros lugares: el caso de los jineteros, en Cuba (Alcazar, 2010; Cabezas, 2004); los bumster (Nyanzi et al.
Born across the Channel but cut from a similar cloth to our own punk queen Vivienne Westwood, and around long before Alexander McQueen shook up style-makers with his bumster jeans, Gaultier was riding high during my formative fashion years.
After all, he was the enfant terrible of British fashion, the man who created the bumster trouser, who outraged critics with his fashion shows and who was named British Designer of the Year not once but four times.
A usually sensible friend of mine came home married to a local bumster - one of the touts who offer a lot more than a guided tour.
He admitted assault occasioning actual bodily harm on Tania Bumster, unlawful wounding of Sean Bumster and common assault on Susan Kelly.
With regard to what he described as "an aggressive bumster syndrome" the GTA's Director-General said that: "The Gambia has to choose between the bumster and the tourist.
I remember when Alexander McQueen sent models down the catwalk wearing bumster trousers and this made national news, causing an outcry and much debate about the validity of showing such things and who would ever wear them.
1969: Alexander McQueen, 35, bad boy of British fashion, famous for his bumster trousers.
Raids on bumster hideouts by elite members of the security forces (known for their ruthlessness) have intensified after the confirmed murder of a Briton in September.
The daring bumster trousers that he showed as part of his controversial autumn/winter 1995 Highland Rape collection undoubtedly grabbed headlines but they changed the way we wore our waistlines forever.
6 Alexander McQueen stole the headlines in 1992 when his collection included ultra-low-cut bumster trousers.
The 22-year-old's pink satin floor-length Passion Venus dress was a far cry from the minuscule tops and bumster trousers she usually opts to flounce around in.