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digital editorial : Woodland Wander

Woodland Wander digital fashion editorial shot by Saryn Christina.

fashion find : Pinup Girl Clothing Vintage Goth Pinup Capsule Collection

The looks from the Pinup Girl Clothing Vintage Goth Pinup Capsule Collection would not be out of place in Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice; and I do mean this in the best way possible.

item of the week : Skull Earrings by Emily Tomasik

Adorn yourself with some unique Halloween fashion with these Skull Earrings by Emily Tomasik as you celebrate the season.

digital editorial : Adornments

Adornments digital fashion editorial by Sequoia Emmanuelle featuring jewelry designs by Shannon Shiang.

music video : Gary Numan – Love Hurt Bleed

Gary Numan has a new album out October 15th and he released a music video for “Love Hurt Bleed” where he rocks an Edwardian style ensemble and eyeliner with a set of creepy skull children.

music video : Jon Hopkins featuring Purity Ring – Breathe This Air

Check out the haunting track and accompanying video “Breathe This Air” by Jon Hopkins featuring Megan James of Purity Ring.

on this day : David Bowie’s “Fame” hits #1 – September 20, 1975

The first US #1 hit for David Bowie was co-written by John Lennon.

seven deadly questions : Ayria

Jennifer Parkin of Ayria reveals how she sins.

dear chrissie

Hello everyone! I’m sure you are all familiar with the “Dear Abby” column.  Well this is “Dear Chrissie”, a similar column for those of you with questions about like and…

the PinUp

Auxiliary’s playful take on the sexy centerfold pin up.  This month we bring you the lovely Dessa Fell in Ego Assassin Latex!   So flip the page, cut out, and tac…

Auxiliary Magazine December/January 2008/2009 Issue

December/January 2008/2009 Issue Letter from the Editor

A letter from editor in chief Jennifer Link published in the Auxiliary’s first issue, the December/January 2008/2009 Issue.

Auxiliary Magazine December/January 2008/2009 Issue

Self vs. Community

W. Edward Cook examines the roles of the individual and the community.