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It’s not particularly clever or novel to hate Shoreditch.
In fact, I’m sure if you spoke to half the people on the streets of Shoreditch, they’d tell you that they hate Shoreditch and are only there as some sort of ironic exercise in nostalgia slumming.
But bear with me here. What I hate more than Shoreditch itself is the ideaof Shoreditch and the way that so many of London's neighborhoods have been Shoreditched, are being Shoreditched or will be Shoreditched.
Of course, I do hate Shoreditch in the straightforward, obvious way too. I hate the stupid beards and skinny jeans. I hate the “dirty burgers” and the knowing appropriation of 1980s icons that were never any good to begin with. I hate the fact that every venue looks the same. And I wish every single hipsterpreneur who dreams of opening a pop-up restaurant (backed by Pop's money) would just pop off.
But, as I say, Shoreditch is just a metonym for all those unlucky pieces of real estate that have had the hipster formula applied to them. The real problem is hipsters themselves. That global tribe of urban 20- and 30-some things who, in their quest to be different, have wound up virtually identical. Go into any hipster venue and you'll see.