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Fashion Show at Brava Last Night – Goth Designers – for my film GOTH:insideOUT

February 26, 2010

I attended a fashion show last night at Brava on Queen Street West, Toronto, which featured several designers, including the collections of a couple of Gothic inspired designers I am interviewing for my documentary on Goth called GOTH:insideOUT. I also met some great people and got some more short interviews for my film! A bunch of us hung out after the show, then I drove home in a raging snow storm (glad I had good snow tires)! What a fun night!

Here are some stills (frame grabs from the video). I am going to have a new blog for the film up soon at http://gothinsideout.com and it will have video of the fashion show.

Goth fashion show image 1
S.I.N.S. Gothic Punk Fashion

Goth fashion show image 1
S.I.N.S. Gothic Punk Fashion

Goth fashion show image 1
S.I.N.S. Gothic Punk Fashion

Goth fashion show image 1
S.I.N.S. Gothic Punk Fashion

Goth fashion show image 1
Fluffer Designs

Goth fashion show image 1
Fluffer Designs

Goth fashion show image 1
Fluffer Designs

Goth fashion show image 1
Fluffer Designs

Goth fashion show image 1
S.I.N.S. Gothic Punk Fashion

Goth fashion show image 1
Fluffer Designs

See the site for the film http://gothinsideout.com for some video clips from the show.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. February 26, 2010 6:54 PM

    I’m looking forward to seeing your film, Dave. I always wondered why goth fashion seems to be mainly about the PVC, red & black, skulls, etc.? Don’t get me wrong, I like that stuff, but when I think of gothic fashion, my mind tends to think of the more romantic, Victorian-esque styles. Did you see any of that at the show? I just love the long gowns and lace and fancy chokers and stuff like that…the really elegant kind of clothes. Does anyone wear stuff like that anymore, or am I just out of the loop? lol

    • February 26, 2010 7:29 PM

      Goth fashion comes in many forms. In terms of the more Victorian/Romantic style of Goth clothing, yes, some do still wear that. But, it’s not really the main style of Goth fashion these days. Now it’s more cybergoth and cross-over styles with punk, etc.

      There is a group in Toronto dedicated to maintaining the Victorian/Romantic style of Goth (and some of them have been interviewed for my upcoming film) and they are called The Dark Place http://www.the-dark-place.org Check out one of their events if you want to see some great examples of the kind of Goth clothing you described.

      Thanks,
      D.

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