Thanks to the ongoing trad goth revival, winklepickers are big news right now and our Item of the Week, the Original Pikes Pentagram Buckle Boots by The Gothic Shoe Company, are the perfect pair.
Raven fashion editorial featuring men’s goth fashions by Alex No Design photographed by Raisa Kanareva and modeled by Alex No in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
In three separate interviews, Daniel Graves of industrial pop band Aesthetic Perfection, goth pop band WINGTIPS, and dark pop sorceress Roniit shared with Auxiliary Magazine what changed for them when the pandemic called for us all to stay inside, what they are doing, and what supporters can do for artists today.
Bauhaus made their final appearance of a limited-date reunion tour in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Palladium and Azam Ali opened for Bauhaus on this final night. We were lucky to catch the show!
Substance was a two-day festival in Los Angeles held at the historic Los Angeles Theatre on the 1st and 2nd of November with Gary Numan and Boy Harsher as respective headliners.
Our Item Spotlight, the Opalite Glass Keyhole Ear Weights by Urban Body Jewelry are unique handmade glass ear weights that are lightweight for all day wear and can pair with anything in your wardrobe.
To welcome our new advertiser The Lily Dale Assembly we chatted with their Marketing Manager Christopher Shepp about their long and rich history, visiting Lily Dale, and their 2017 season.
La Carmina won the Auxiliary Award for Best Blog of 2016 and we talked with her about the past, 2016, and the future.
Start your morning off right with some me time and a witchy coffee mug. Our Item of the Week, the Witch’s Brew Coffee Mug by Fable & Black is perfect for your potion of choice be it coffee, tea, or a hot toddy.
Our Item of the Week is from MAC’s Maleficent collection, the villain’s signature red lipstick aptly named True Love’s Kiss.
Like Urban Decay’s Naked palette series, the Electric palette, Auxiliary’s Item of the Week, is likely to stand the test of time become a go-to for bright and bold.
Vampire Academy from the director of Mean Girls and the writer of Heathers adapted from the book by Richelle Mead out now in theaters is filled with mayhem, lust, adventure, and a healthy dose of violence interjected by the comedic snarkiness.
Los Angeles pop-surrealist painter, Jennifer Jelenski, has a heaping spoonful of sugar ready to help make the medicine go down and Dahlia Jane interviews her for our Artist Spotlight.