scenester

noun
scene·​ster | \ ˈsēn-stər \
plural scenesters

Definition of scenester

informal
: a person who is part of a social or cultural scene Young entertainment and fashion scenesters check out the action at The Living Room, one of the town's popular late-night cafés.Entertainment Weekly In Chicago record execs schmoozed retailers on a chartered el train, plying the wanna-be scenesters with champagne.— Jancee Dunn

First Known Use of scenester

1979, in the meaning defined above

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