bumster

bumster

(ˈbʌmstə)
adj
(of trousers) cut low so as to reveal the top part of the buttocks
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I like Bumster. It could be the most jazziest, flashiest hand-crafted leather item in the world but folk would still be put off because it's called a bum bag.
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.
The silhouettes ( who can forget the ' bumster' trousers) that he created have been credited for adding a sense of fantasy and rebellion to fashion.
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.
What was meant to be the happiest day of Trixie Bumster's life turned into the wedding from hell after she argued with her half-brother, Nigel Thomas.
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." He reported that the government has decided that it must eliminate the menace for good.
HE shocked everyone with the revealing "bumster" trousers that he paraded down the catwalk in 1995.
McQueen, who was christened Lee Alexander McQueen, was noted for designs including the notorious "bumster" jeans.
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.