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Issue 43 now available

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Photo: Lycilia-Art (www.lycilia-art.de). Model: Kitten Photo: Lycilia-Art (www.lycilia-art.de). Model: Kitten

Issue 43 is now available in stores. Grab it at Barnes & Noble, Hastings, F.Y.E., Suncoast, Chapters (Canada), Book World, Sheltam Books and Copperfield's Books.

We're excited to announce the world-wide release of Issue 43!

 

Here are a few features in this issue you won't want to miss...

 

 

Pinar Eris

Combining fierce digitally printed fabrics with translucent silks and punk rock plaids, Pinar Eris delivers garments for “a style-conscious woman who might be aware of the latest trends, but who is brave enough to do her own thing.”

Pinar Eris

 

Tick Tock Trick 

When Tick Tock Trick creators Marlon and Bronwyn met at university in Bristol in 1999, they talked about making a movie together. Now married and with plenty of relevant experience under their belt, that early plan has finally come to fruition.

Tick Tock Trick

 

Wednesday Mourning

Wednesday Mourning has a life most goths would covet and now that her day job is being televised every week in Oddities: San Francisco, her perfectly gothic lifestyle is watched by thousands. It would be easy to hate her, if she wasn’t so damn nice.   

Wednesday Mourning

 

Second Skin

Second Skin was one of the first bands ever featured in Gothic Beauty, way back in Issue 6. We caught up with singer Arron just in time for their 20th anniversary.

Second Skin

 

Grab Issue 43 at Barnes & Noble, Hastings, F.Y.E., Suncoast, Chapters (Canada), Book World, Sheltam Books and Copperfield's Books- or grab Issue 43 from one of theindependent retailers that stock our mag. Subscribe or order this issue from us directly. 

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Featured writer

Kirsty Evans

Kirsty is a longtime freelance journalist and former alt-weekly editor who joined the Gothic Beauty staff in 2011. A veteran of the London and Glasgow goth scenes and quintessential Third Culture kid, she grew up in the Middle East, Asia, Scotland, and the US.



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