In this series of 1989 interviews with the Goths, Cureheads, and Pyschobillies of Grafton street, Dublin, many boldly dressed kids are stopped and asked about their fashion sense and taste in music. Some of the people interviewed had strong opinions about being called a goth, and rejected the label. One girl, dressed in all black with cat-eye makeup, says that other people call her a goth but that's not how she sees herself. Everyone in the interview looks awesome, and has an originality to their style despite being seen as part of the same subculture.
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