"Hipster" is a term born in the 40th years in America to describe jazz and bebop fans. They were usually white middle-classes boys who were trying to imitate African-American jazz musicians’ lifestyle. After second World War the hipster culture grew considerably, so much that the American writer Jack Kerouac defined them as "wandering souls with a special spirituality". Today, Italy is one of the countries where the "hipster phenomenon" seems to have come back really current. From North to South of Italy it is increasingly common to meet guys with outdated look and maintained nineteenth-century beards, sipping tea, or intellectuals girls with goggles and vintage bags.