Another person I thought of is Revolver Ocelot from the Metal Gear Solid games. Immaculately dressed with a dark green trenchcoat and vest, long gray hair and mustache, cowboy boots, spurs and classic revolver.
Even as a young man in Snake Eater he was extremely stylish (picture.) He wore red gloves and an extremely dapper scarf. I can’t remember if he started wearing spurs before or after he started using the revolver. Christ, that guy is badass.
Not sure how much of a hipster Frank Booth was. He did like Pabst Blue Ribbon, which is the cheap beer of choice at every hipster party I’ve ever been to, but I don’t know if it had that hip status when the movie was made. I think, actually, that the choice of PBR was to indicate how crude and unrefined Booth was.
Oh, no, Hon, I assure you, when the movie came out, it was a hipster aside here in NC then. Well, with us dirt poor hipsters, back in the day. Mostly though, he was a huffin’ hipster, and, a rather old hipster. Old hipsters have a nice patina, dontcha think?
I just watched this tonight, but I missed the reference. All I remember was him asking the escort if she had ever been to the “celebrity room” or something before. Then he asked if her work was interesting. Cut to Buscemi’s O-Face and an angry Shep Proudfoot.