hairistocracy |ˌhariˈstäkrəsē|

noun ( pl. -cies) [treated as sing. or pl. ] (usu. the hairistocracy)

1) the noble elite, regarded as privileged or superior in a particular aesthetic sphere.

2) a governing body in which power is held by its stylish nobility.

3) the crowning class.

ORIGIN late 15th cent.: from Old French aristocratie, from Greek aristokratia, from aristos ‘best’ + -kratia ‘power.’ The term originally denoted the government of a state by its best citizens, then by the rich and wellborn,  later by the stylish and well groomed (mid 17th cent.). 

 

A charter is the grant of authority or rights, stating the formal recognition to exercise the rights specified. It is implicit that the granter retains sovereignty, and that the recipient admits a limited status within the relationship. Also, charter can simply be a document giving royal permission to start a colony or website.

The nobility is the creative governing class that fuses fashion, music, and art to form the trends that others will follow. The knights are the crusaders that carry that message to the people. They are bestowed privileges by the nobility and will represent their vision when among the masses. They stand out from their peers and can be recognized by granting their entitlement by the hairistocracy.