Earlier this year, we broke down the finer points of what it means to be a Street Goth. Since then, the style movement has been gaining more and more momentum. But it's not just about rocking the obvious luxury brands like Rick Owens, Givenchy, and Balenciaga and pairing them with sneakers—there are other key players that are involved in this conversation, and they're pivotal to pulling off this look which is made up of streetwear and contemporary brands.
A big part of the street goth look is mixing it up with brands both high and low. Certain labels may not seem as street goth as En Noir, but you can still pull a piece from their collections and build your look around it. Click through our list of the The 10 Best Brands for Building a Street Goth Wardrobe to get a better idea of this style movement.