The Hoxton Fin refers to a style of haircut popular with young men in the Hoxton and Shoreditch districts of London during the period 2000 - 2004. The style comprises two partings, one on either side, with the central portion of hair swept up in to a central kebab, or "meat stick"; the back and sides remained cut short.
I'm going to get an Hoxton Fin haircut down the high street.
by sktboardkd August 11, 2008
Can you define these popular missing words?
waxed/gelled hairstyle with point down middle of scalp employed in early 00s by trendy early 20s.
he thinks he's all that with his hoxton fin and pumas, but at 35 he ought to know better
by ricardo July 22, 2003