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The hipster gifter: Holiday presents sure to excite even your most "over it" loved ones

Hipsters are making a move this year away from the Bounty man aesthetic toward a more dapper grunge. Excite even your most disinterested loved ones with one of these hip gift ideas.

Blend a remarkable affection for bikes with a love of clean design with this shelf rack, sure to look stylish on any exposed brick wall. Available at coolthings.com; $200 - $500

Suspenders are "it" in menswear, and the skinnier the better.

We suggest you slip in your own dash of affectionate irony by buying Brooks Brothers; from $98.

No hipster history is complete without at least one impressive coffee table book dedicated to the simple beauty of typography. Our favorites, including this gem available at Amazon.com from $55, are New Vintage Type, the Type Directors Club's Typography Annuals and Typology: Type Design from the Victorian Era to the Digital Age.

Encourage your friends and family to look good and do good with a pair of vintage-inspired Warby Parker specs. For each pair purchased for the bargain price of around $100 for a pair of prescription specs, the innovative brand makes a donation to someone in need.

Available via warbyparker.com from $95

Boomcases allow any audiophile on your list to incorporate an affection for everything vintage.

Custom orders are also available via The Boomcase, starting at around $400 all the way to $4,000.

Help your favorite hipster cure that creative block with this USB bottle opener — inspiration and motivation in the same sleek container-opening container.

Via foodbeast.com; $16

In that same vein, this desktop single-can refrigerator is powered by a simple USB jack. Keep that PBR or Mexican Coca Cola chilled.

Via ThinkGeek; $19.99

Crafting is catching fire — as Handmade Nation can attest.

Help your hipster get into the crafting/crocheting/knitting club with this cozy crochet kit, available from ChronicleBooks for $22.95

Gordon Holden's soft, sarcastic tees send the perfect dual message of distant pop culture amusement and underground artist-made wearable statement art.

Available from gordonholden.com from $55.

Gift the gift that keeps on giving in a fun and funky wall calendar. This one, of hipster darling Banksy's subversive and anonymous offerings, is sure to please. Without permission from German calendar company TeNeues via Urban Outfitters; $13.99

These book covers by Pentagram fuse classic literature with contemporary art. Designed by Angus Hyland, these re-imagined covers of Virginia Woolf classics for Penguin are available at penguin.co.uk for £14. (Double plus for pound pricing)

Make those poignant Instagram portraits a hard-copy reality with the Photo Cube, a portable straight-from-your iPhone printer that creates 4 by 6-inch, 300 dpi frameable hard copies.

Available from Staples; $99.99.

Slouchy socks in boots are all the rage this fall. Keep your hipster friends and family looking, well, hip through the holiday with these slouchy tall socks from Free People; $10

Even if hipsters are abandoning the wanton facial hair look, they can keep their beards close in the Neff Beardo Beanie, which makes keeping your face up hair-sterical.

Available via Zumiez.com; $27.95