A “bro-lita” and a genderfluid lolita on what the Japanese fashion subculture means to them.
"When I finally made the suit, it was this realization that it was like a second skin for me."
There's way more to the subculture than grown women who dress like dolls.
All the colourful kitsch from a Brooklyn festival for the people who see kawaii as a way of life.
It was once called "a piss-poor youthquake that will soon go out of fashion", but new rave set a precedent for everything that's going on right now.
Skinheads, Girl Gangs and Satanists: the New English Library Was the Sleazy King of British Pulp Publishing
Punks, mods, Hells Angels and "The Bastard Trilogy" all had their place in the cult 1970s publishing stable.
Getting messy in Glasgow with worshippers of the evil EDM.
"People with glasses – we've been victimised for years."