The translation of this biber article provided by Google is --- interesting, to say the least. The original article in German is available here.
From Nour Khelifi and Diva Shukoor (das biber Photo)
There is no escape : Whether Starbucks, MuseumsQuatier Kärtnerstraße , they are not to be overlooked with its horn-rimmed glasses and jute bags. Religion does not protect against this epidemic, including Muslims from hipster hype infested . They call themselves " Mipster " . Are strongly represented Mipster in the U.S., in many parts of Asia (Japan, Malaysia) and in the Gulf States . Meanwhile, there are they even here in Austria .
Shirt on the head
Mipsters let their values and their faith in their style incorporated . For horn-rimmed glasses then comes a full beard. A 80 -year T -shirt will prompt a headscarf. Try to reconcile interests such as music, art and fashion with religious elements. The aim of the Mipster is to live their beloved lifestyle while paying respect to Islam . Think and act sustainably - which stands at Mipstern on the agenda. Even in Islam makes environmental protection a major role. By shopping for example, in second-hand shops instead of the big fashion houses, they act as if the meaning of Islam and the hipster movement.
Fashion they see as a means to an end . Mipsters want to change the perceptions of Islam and playful in a positive way... I wonder what Tavi Gevinson thinks of this?