High-Brow

high·brow
/ˈhīˌbrou/
adjective
adjective: high-brow
  1. scholarly or rarefied in taste.
    “innovatory art had a small, mostly highbrow following”

Photo: dievca Hudson Yards Whole Foods magazine rack 02/2021

dievca had no idea that her local grocery store is so high-brow.
she’s not sure how she feels about it, either~



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