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Gothic Fashion - dark beauty, bloody fashion, gory photos, violent video, mysterious movies, dimly lit theater, dangerous looks, naughty magazines, frosty mannequins, artistic make-up, tight corsets and even tighter chastity belts. [This Ring is a member of the Gothic Unity Network]
 

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   Gothic Jewelry by Ron's Rhinestones Preview Go
Beautiful Black Austrian Crystal adorn this amazing collection of Gothic Jewelry. Everything from Earrings, Tiaras, Necklaces, Chokers and Anklets. Hot, Hot, Hot!
   Chastity Belts & Corsets: The Next THING in Fashion? Preview Go
Chastity Belts & Corsets: The Next THING in Fashion? For several years now women have been seeing corsets becoming more and more popular. Why? For two reasons: #1. Its now considered to be sexual fun-ware. #2. It is the standard garb for goths. But what about this other antiquated piece of "fashion"? If you can even call Chastity Belts "fashion"...?
   The Gothic Fashion Directory Preview Go
A huge directory of fashion links for all your Gothic needs. Includes featured sites and a separate list for Japanese Gothic Lolita fashion sites. Sites are alphabeticized for ease of use. Submissions welcome.


   How to Dance Gothic Preview Go
Get your sexy gothic ass out on the dance floor and learn how to dance gothic!
   MORE GOTHIC DANCES Preview Go
The sequel to "How To Dance Gothic"! Take a look and bone up your repertoire!
   That's Soooo Chinky! Preview Go
Chinky!!!
   Judith Weratschnig at the Lilith Gallery Preview Go
Paintings and drawings by gothic artist Judith Weratschnig (Austrian). Hosted by the Lilith Gallery.
   Stefanie Lynn Evans at the Lilith Gallery Preview Go
Her work could be described as gothic, surreal and sometimes twisted. Even a little depressing if it was not so cute and funny. She even did a cyborgian version of barbie, a homage to H. R. Giger. She cites John William Waterhouse, Salvador Dali, Michael Parkes, Clive Barker, and Tim Burton as her influences.
   Gothic Lolitas: Goth Girls just wanna have Fun! Preview Go
One reporter's look at the new gothic-fashion look that has embraced Japan and is now coming to Toronto and North America. Goth is dead. Long live Goth.
   Nightmares in the Morning Preview Go
"Nightmares in the Morning" was made in the January and February of 2001. Each individual photograph represents a small nightmare that is part of a much bigger narrative. Nightmare #74 is the most famous of the pieces. It is sometimes called "Nightmare in the Morning #74: Death".






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