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Rockabilly - Behind The StyleRockabilly - Behind The Style As we continue our look through all different Gothic styles, this month we feature Rockabilly for the people who love fifties style clothing with an extreme edge, and we find out more from Kates Clothing about this amazing style. What are the origins of the Rockabilly style? Inspiration is drawn from 1940's and 50's style and taken to the extreme. With a resurgence...

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Adidas Skateboarding CollectionAdidas Skateboarding Collection The Adidas Skateboarding shoe was originally endorsed by Robert Haillet, but later renamed after tennis great Stan Smith, becoming one of the best selling shoes of all time, selling well over 30 million pairs. With a lightweight yet durable upper and an outsole with amazing board feel, the Stan Smith quickly found its way onto the feet of many a skateboarder. It was...

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Sin Star Clothing T-ShirtsSin Star Clothing T-Shirts Sin Star Clothing is a new brand that appeals to a broad audience, including the band scene, urban sports fans such as BMX and Parkour, and the everyday Average Joe. The brand’s message is ‘Armour Against Authority’ as they know that life is not easy, and they urge fans to realise their dreams in life. Sin Star Armour T-Shirt. British flag bearing the brand...

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Kill Star Womens T-ShirtsKill Star Womens T-Shirts Kill Star is a new British clothing company with a twist of darkness, channeling emotional power and raw energy into a range of must-have graphical print and slogan t-shirts for women. Kill Star was formerly known as To Kill A Star. Kill Star A Star Cross T-Shirt. Black girl's extra length, fitted T-Shirt, with Pink foil inverted cross front print and 100% Cotton. Kill...

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Alternative Winter CoatsAlternative Winter Coats If you are sick of the same old High Street brands and want to grab something unique packed full of attitude then take a look at a winter coat from an alternative fashion brand such as Hell Bunny, Living Dead Souls or Poizen Industries. So whether you want to look retro, ravishing, or devilishly dark there is a cosy winter coat for you! Poizen Industries Juku Coat....

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Eastpak Luggage And Backpacks

Eastpak began in 1960 when Monte Goldman began producing bags for the armed forces. The main turn around for the company was in 1976 when, after persuasion from his son Mark, Monte began producing bags for the general public which quickly gained them popularity, mainly with students in colleges and universities.

While still keeping bags at the heart of the brand, Eastpak have branched off to include clothing and accessories in their range to help them cater to a wider market. They are so confident in the high quality of their bags that most of them come with a 30 year guarantee.

The bags come in a variety of styles such as messenger bags, backpacks, travel bags and specialist campus bags for students. These different types of bag come in a large range of colours and designs from a regular black or grey to a bright turquoise or even green camouflage.

Eastpak bags are perfect for days out, holidays abroad, hiking, and taking to college or university, with enough space for all the things you need for whatever activity or use it is needed for. Eastpak bags are extremely hard-wearing and unlike most bags around these days, they are built to last.