We’ve compiled a list of goth fashion blogs of note with the hope it can serve as a reference point, a place to find some new content to enjoy, a place to highlight those who are creating, and even a starting point for those looking to dig deeper into the scene.
Visual, creative, style, and fashion inspiration. This Inspiration features the Future Forward photoset by Steven Anthony Roe and Tiffany Trezzo aka Digital Darkroom.
Visual, creative, style, and fashion inspiration. This Inspiration features A Death in Dreams photoset by Steven Anthony Roe and Tiffany Trezzo aka Digital Darkroom.
G.L.A.M.S. performed in Paris at l’International on February, 29 2020, before concerts and tours around the world were put on hold, and we caught the show and had a chat.
The music of Fatamorgana is a synth-infused daydream. As seen in the Emerging feature of our Summer 2020 Issue, here is an introduction to the artist and their music.
We interviewed Matt Fanale aka Caustic about the HaLo 2020 compilation, the goals of its release, and the impact of Bandcamp Fridays.
Fotocrime offers deceptively simple songs that feel equally danceable and melancholic through the emotive vocals, gritty bass lines, and the use of synth in a minimal sense. As seen in the Emerging feature of our Summer 2020 Issue, here is an introduction to the artist and their music.
Take a look behind the scenes of our Fall 2017 Issue beauty photoshoot with Beauty Editor Elizabeth Rhodes, photographer Saryn Christina, and makeup artist Akiko Yamakawa.
Makeup Vamp won our Best Makeup Artist of 2016 award and we talked with her about the past, 2016, and the future.
Peek behind the scenes of our Spring 2017 Beauty Picks photoshoot to see how our featured products were used to create fresh spring looks.
Our latest Item Spotlight comes from Auxiliary contributor Paige Etheridge. With her book about the Pan Pan of post WWII Japan, Kissing Stars Over the Rising Sun, she asks, “what if the subculture you were a part of, or one that you loved, was erased?”
Curl up with one of these dark fantasy books and patiently waiting for spring. Now is the perfect time for a good read, be it a well-known story or a jewel yet to be discovered. Enjoy one of the two or both with this list of reading choices to get you through the season.
If you’re interested in mysteries, medical investigations, and murder cases Quackery: A Brief History of the Worst Ways to Cure Everything by Lydia Kang and Nate Pedersen is a non-fiction read you’ll find equally horrifying and enjoyable.