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Poizen Industries are designed in the UK & offer a super cute range of clothing & accessories for all things punk, street, and sexy. From corset leggings to lace-up tops, slash-back dresses & lots of skulls!

This long-standing alternative brand creates ultra edge street style clothing and accessories. If it is an alternative punk rocker street style image that you are going for, then Poizen Industries can help you.  We're talking, jackets, tops, hoodies, dresses, shorts, pants, harnesses, vests, leggings, skirts, jumpers, t-shirts, singlets, coats, bags, handbags, gloves, arm warmers and more.

Poizen Industries provide cool people with cool clothes that represent and celebrate your individuality! Poizen Industries is synonymous with goth, punk, street, alternative, tattoo, cult clothing and accessories for all sub-cultures and counter-cultures. Their diverse and versatile range of unique and highly desirable products, including statement clothing and accessories, is truly a testament to their alternative ethos. With their twisted blend of unique and unconventional clothing, eccentric accessories, and unholy appeal, Poizen Industries is much more than just a brand: it represents a lifestyle of embracing all things, cult, transgressive and Gothic: something Beserk knows its customers are sure to understand!

Featuring hot items such as the Tabitha top, You Can't Sit With Us Varsity jacket, Samila Hood, Riika Dress, Isabella Shorts, Edit Skater Dress, Anders Pants, Pentagram Harness, Death Mermaid dress, Cutout Leggings, Late Wednesday Jumper, Repress Jacket, Kati top, KP Mase vest, CG2 Goggles, I Hate Wednesdays t-shirt, Rose Corset Leggings, Necromancer Coat, Curse Bag, Asylum top, and the Jester skirts (to name a simple few), it is obvious that Poizen Industries knows what their customers want and they know how to design and manufacture pieces to suit anybody's weird or bizarre tastes.

Lots of black and red - a must have for your wardrobes. No judgement here from us at Beserk! Take a step out in these shoes today and feel as sexy as you ARE.

How does Poizen Industries choose the materials for its clothing?

The team at Poizen Industries spends a lot of time researching the best materials for their clothing. They look for materials that are durable, comfortable, and stylish. They also take into account the climate in which the clothing will be worn. For example, they might choose different materials for a shirt that will be worn in a hot climate versus a shirt that will be worn in a cold climate.

Who designs the clothing for Poizen Industries?

The clothing for Poizen Industries is designed by a team of designers who are all experts in the gothic and punk fashion styles. They work closely with the company's founder and CEO, to ensure that all of the clothing designs reflect the company's dark and edgy aesthetic. The designers are constantly coming up with new ideas for clothing, accessories, and even home decor items that reflect the Poizen Industries brand.

What is the creative process like for Poizen Industries?

Poizen Industries’ creative process is always evolving, but there are some constants. The designers usually start with a period of research and brainstorming, during which they collect as much information as possible on the subject they’re exploring. They then take some time to reflect on what they’ve learned and start to form some ideas. Once they have a clearer sense of what they want to create, they start working on a rough draft.

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