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End of year poll 2012.

The votes are all in, we've counted and double checked each result over the past month since we opened our poll for the final voting round and now we're pleased to unveil the winners of Alt fashion's End of year poll 2012.


Look out for our Poll winners spread in the Spring/summer edition of our magazine, due out in April!


Uk company

Uk company

Nominees:

Curiology, Geisha Wigs & Necessary Evil.


Winner, Geisha Wigs!





Uk designer

Uk designer

Nominees:

TPF Faery wear, Eustratia & The Dark Angel.


Winner, TPF Faery wear!





Uk shop

Uk shop

Nominees:

Gusty Gingers, Whitby; Birds Yard, Leeds & Dollydagger, Brighton


Winner, 2nd year running Birds Yard!





Uk site

Uk site

Nominees:

Kates Clothing, The Gothic Shop & Gothic legends


Winner, 2nd year running, Kates Clothing!





Uk model

Uk model

Nominees:

Druidess of Midian, Andromeda X & Eve Elle


Winner, Andromeda X!




International company

International company

Nominees:

Lip Service, Heavy Red & Cy-X.


Winner, Lip Service!





International designer

International designer

Nominees:

Gloomth, Mother of London & Kambriel.


Winner, 2nd year running, Gloomth!





International site

International site

Nominees:

Odium, Hot Topic & Fantasmagoria.


Winner, 4th year running, Odium!





International model

International model

Nominees:

Masuimi Max, Ophelia Overdose & Razor Candi


Winner, Razor Candi!





End of year poll statement

We had a lot of votes this year & sadly a bit of drama mixed in with it, we'd like to state officially that we are proud of all the winners & that they are all deserving of winning our End of year poll. Irregardless of whether they have only recently launched, or been running for several years, they've all worked hard over 2012 & our End of year poll is our way of rewarding them for all of the work that they put into their business.


Our End of year poll has always been run with this in mind and we'd like to hope that the majority of our readers agree that alternative businesse's need recognition for all of the hard work they put in to keep the alternative scene going.