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Raves in London: Cyberdog & THE WAVE Trance Edition March 02, 2016 00:00

The concept of electronic music surged from a need to be different and original: the need for something new. That being said, the establishment of electronic music is well documented so #cyberdog are going to skip ahead to the real meaty stuff: trance, raves and futuristic fashion.

Futuristic Fashion & RaveCulture

Raves, trance music and the futuristic fashion movement go hand in hand. Futuristic fashion is often referred to as “party attire” because it has always been present in raves, trance gigs and festivals. Cyberdog has become one of the futuristic fashion industry leaders and holds strong ties with trance music and raves in London as well as other parts of the UK. If you are looking for an awesome rave in London come down to our Camden store to get your tickets and club wear for THE WAVE- Trance Edition.

More info on Rave's in London.

THE WAVE Trance Edition

Team Tsunami is happy to invite you to its boat party: THE WAVE Trance Edition. This event will deliver all kinds of Trance, from "generic" to Euro and German Hard Trance going through Uplifting, Psy-Trance and UK Hard Trance. THE WAVE Trance Edition is a must as it promises to be one of the best raves in London this year. Want to know more? Visit us in our Camden store for tickets and clubwear.


THE WAVE Trance Edition is bringing together some of Europe’s best DJs, specialising in all kinds of trance and rave music. Headliners include Quade77, Alex Burn, Pete Untitled, Future Trance Project and JD Holder. The event will feature some of the newest music styles being developed like future trance, hardstyle, and uplifting. There will also be classic trance presentations like acid trance, psytrance and the renowned Euro trance. Other acts include Das Ook, Neutorik DJ, Von Spicer, Terry Hanes, DJ 54LTY and DJ Mikey.

Get Your Tickets and Clubwear at Cyberdog

As we mentioned before, Cyberdog has always held strong ties with clubbing, raving and electronic music. Get your tickets for THE WAVE Trance Edition in our Camden store. It’s also a great chance freshen up your wardrobe for a big night. Want some outfit inspiration? Check some of our top picks for this weekend!

The Orbit Vest - Saucy hooped neck on this amazing top, perfect for showing the boys and girls what you're made of! Now available in contrasting colours and our classic solid colour designs.

Orbit Dress - The Orbit Dress has a simple and flattering cut, with the trademark "Orbit" neckline. Choose between solid colour designs and new contrasting colour styles. The Orbit Dress is one of the best pieces to rock at any raves in London. 

Orbit Moon Dress - The classic orbit vest has now gone extreme and landed on the moon, featuring a hooped neck and triple hooped rim. Also available in classic solid colour designs or contrasting colours.

Orbit Vest and Moon Dress, prefect for rave sin London

Drape Playsuit - A beautiful cowl neck playsuit, perfect for any budding Space Cadet with its huge futuristic draped hood and tight fitting lycra body.

Ice Leg Warmers - The must-have accessory to finish off your outfit. A classic clubbing item, the Ice Leg Warmers are designed to warm you up as much as they enhance your looks.

Prima Vest - Our popular Prima style is now available as a vest. Features reinforced power shoulders and exposed front. It's versatile and easy to match with most of our leggings and trousers.

Strapped Bather - This super slinky bather with straps on the sides will leave everyone breathless at the clubs. Could be worn alone or layered, making it one of our most versatile pieces.

 

Stringed Bralet & Stringed Hotpants - Cute bralet that works great as a layering piece, or a clubbing item. Get our matching Stringed Hotpants featuring string detail on the side. Both of them are available in fluo pink & yellow tones to match your mood.

There is no question THE WAVE Trance Edition will be one of most exciting parties of the year so far. Swing by our store in Stables Market in Camden for tickets and clubwear. Already have your tickets? Visit us online at www.cyberdog.net for your party attire today! 



Space Warriors and Alien Ravers Dress to Impress: Cyberdog Special Edition February 26, 2016 00:00

Attention space warriors and alien ravers: #cyberdogmenswear Special Edition #dresstoimpress brings you the best attire to look fly when you enter any planet’s atmosphere.

Space Warriors Outfit Inspiration

Looking to revamp your look and make a huge splash? #cyberdog brings you ideas to blow your space warrior outfit into an alternate galaxy. Suited to fit all cyber warriors across any galaxy, our clothing lines and accessories will catapult you through time and space into a new dimension. Get ready for your next mission with the newest designs and materials. Take on anything the universe throws at you while keeping a slick futuristic look.

Protonic Pants

No mission is impossible for space warriors when they have the right gear. Cyberdog brings you the Protonic Pants, suited for space travellers of all sizes, shapes and styles. There is a good reason why this is one of our most popular trouser designs. Equipped with deep pockets and curved stitching, the Protonic Pants provide the best fit without limiting your mobility. New colours and improved sizing have made it a crowd favourite from here to Triton itself.

Cyberdog Protonic pants best suited to space warriors.

Mission Gilet Men’s Top

Available in three colour preferences, the Mission Gilet Men’s Top is a  cyber warrior and alien raver basic. Aerodynamically designed for maximum mobility it also adds a touch of super-cool to your assignment no matter what the conditions are. The layered effect structure and adjustable arm straps will let you choose between a relaxed fit or tight grip to match your intensity level.

Cyberdog Mission Gilet best suited to space warriors.

Microchip Visor

No intergalactic outfit is complete without the right eyewear, so step up your game with our Microchip Visors. Handcrafted to perfection, each Microchip Visor has laser engraved details flowing down each side for a futuristic look. Not to be confused with sunglasses, the Microchip Visors are manufactured with UV-reactive materials that give you a unique glow (literally!). Want to make an even bigger splash? Wear the Microchip Visors with our LED Visor Lights. The LED Visor Lights are sold separately so you can choose when, where and how to wear your Microchip Visors. Equip your visors with matching lights (i.e. green light for green visors) for maximum effect.

Cyberdog Microchip Visor best suited to space warriors.


Alien Cap, Alien DJ T-Shirt, Double Line LED Glove & Rave Wrist Band

Are you a loud and proud alien raver? Wear your colours and intergalactic race proudly with the Alien Cap, Alien DJ T-Shirt, Double Line LED Glove and Rave wristband. The snapback-equipped Alien Cap can fit all head shapes and sizes (antennas or not). Our Alien DJ T-Shirt shows you support local-galaxy musicians and culture. Show everyone you have the power with the Double Line LED Glove. And don’t forget to dance the night away with our UV-reactive Rave Wrist Band. Just remember to get creative as the possibilities are like the universe itself: simply limitless.

Outfit inspiration for space warriors.


Although being a space warrior and alien raver is not easy, rest assured Cyberdog will always be there to make you look your best. Be one step ahead of your era with clothes from the future, here for you today. Visit us at www.cyberdog.net for more innovative designs and futuristic fashion, or stay tuned through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and more!


80s Fashion & Neon Revolution February 23, 2016 06:00

#Cyberdog takes a look into #80sfashion and the long lasting #neontrend

As you probably all know by now, 80s fashion inspired Cyberdog to push the boundaries into the space time continuum. Cyberdog aim to bring the 80s into the future with their innovative, rave inspired clothing lines. Born in the 90’s, it is no wonder that Cyberdog was partly inspired by the 80s fashion trends.  


The 90s fashion brought a feeling of freedom, however it all originally began in the 80s. People started getting tattoos, body piercing and other skin modifications. But, although 90s fashion veered towards a more minimalistic style, the 80’s still had a large influence on Cyberdog’s designs.

Cyberdog- inspired by 80s fashion

 

80s Fashion & the Neon Trend

Fashion in the 80s was about making a statement. Clothing and accessories tended to be bright, colourful, and even revealing at times. Both women and men expressed their confidence and success through large accessories such as earrings, necklaces, bracelets and so on. Of course this was accompanied by bright clothing- which is where neon really kicked off.

Make a Statement with Neon Fashion

As the second half of the 80s decade kicked in, hippies slowly became a thing of the past and people started to let loose. 80s fashion trends began to speak out against materialism and “the norm”. More and more people began to identify with the neon revolution and rave culture, transforming 80s fashion into a lifestyle rather than just a trend. Women became empowered and started wearing long flared skirts, miniskirts, spandex cycling shorts, jumpsuits, and bright colours on the daily. Men went through a fashion revolution of their own. They became confident enough to wear slim fitting suits, skin tight apparel, club wear, and metallic fabric shirts. 80s fashion from the male and female perspective veered towards colourful accessories, brightly coloured glasses frames and neon coloured make up.

Neon, the Future of Fashion

Although neon fashion has been going through changes in the last 25 years, it has kept its core values. The neon trends that came with the evolution of 80s fashion still convey a strong message today. 80s fashion sub genres have emerged such as futuristic clothing, cyber goths, cyber punks, anime fashion (often catering to cosplay enthusiasts, like Cyberdog’s Daisuki Line) and more.

Kylie Minogue representing 80s fashion.

People have used 80s fashion to show they are loud and proud to be part of these new trends. Being an 80s raver, cyber goth or cyber punk has become part of people’s daily outfits rather than just an occasional fashion statement. 80s fashion sub genres usually cater to the rebellious- those who are not afraid to step out of the ordinary.

80s Fashion for the Future

Cyberdog have used 80s fashion inspiration, brought it to the present and aim to take it into another dimension. Our House of Neon line is all about 80s fashion influence- the bright colours, pixelated fonts, old school accessories and platform shoes. They all come together to form a retro, yet futuristic style. Cyberdog’s mash of 80s fashion and intergalactic tweaks makes it the go to place for all futuristic clothing today.

Cyberdog's 80s fashion inspired House of Neon pieces.

If you want to rock the latest styles on this side of the galaxy swing by one of our stores in Camden, Brighton or Manchester. Alternatively you can always find us online at www.cyberdog.net (run by our space cadets from a galaxy far far away). To stay up to date with all of Cyberdog’s latest activities follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Tumblr.


Cybergoth Era- Add Colour to Darkness February 19, 2016 05:00

The Cybergoth trend is taking over and #cyberdog are here to help!

Cybergoth is a word that is being used more and more throughout society today. Indie, alternative and all those genres are things of the past. 2016 is all about celebrating our goth and raver communities. With the weather in England being the way it is, it is no wonder that people want to add colour to these darker days. Ravers and goths have come together to build the Cybergoth subculture that is now invading our world. At Cyberdog we’ve embraced these two fashion worlds coming together. Our Future Noir, Camden Originals, Cybercore and House of Neon lines are all about providing for our fellow “gravers”. 

Introduced in 1988, worn in 1999

The word cybergoth started because of roleplaying games that were introduced in 1988. It only became an identity in the late 90’s. With the 80’s and 90’s welcoming ravers, goth fashion had to get involved. Combining elements of goth and rave fashion it is not a surprise that the word “graver” started being used more often. London and New York Fashion came together to build one style linking the British Raver with the NYC Club Kid theme. In time, goths started wearing goggles, neon accessories and of course black clothes. Platforms, PVC, gas masks and a variety of other accessories became fashion statements.

Cyberdog starting off the Cybergoth look.

Music to Make your Inner Cybergoth Smile

It’s not just about fashion! Cybergoth music also took a turn towards awesomeness. Techno, Drum and Bass, Acid Trance, Dubstep and Dance all followed with a bang. Music and the videos that came with it changed for the good and it hasn’t stopped yet. This January, Grimes’s music video for “Kill V. Maim” was described as able to “make the Cybergoth Inside you smile” by The Muse. She embraces her graver within and has made an insane video to show for it! 

 

Gaming isn’t far behind! In 2015, Klang blended Cybergoth and electro dance music and turned into a sick rhythm platform.  Gaming took a turn to the future. Old school rave, new school goth, gamers and sci fi enthusiasts must have gone insane! Not only did Klang design a game that is awesome but he’s used tunes created by -bLiNd- which can only be an added bonus. If you’re in Texas in March you can’t miss SXSW.

Cybergoth- a Growing Fashion Trend

From a fashion point of view, people say that the famous David Bowie (may he rest in peace) was one of the main inspirations. Black clothing is a key aspect to the Cybergoth style (hence the word goth). But, it’s been accessorised with all sorts of different pieces. Shiny materials, bright jewellery and hair, and of course, awesome statement pieces, you name it, they wear it. Make up has also changed. It’s all about the neon pinks, greens, blues etc. Cyberdog are one of the leading brands that specialise in Cybergoth clothing. We are all about dancing, raving, bright colours and all things relating to futuristic fashion. With three stores across the UK and one store in our European party paradise Ibiza, it is no wonder we are representing!

 Cybergoth- born in the 80's worn in the future.

If you need to add to your Cybergoth look visit us online today at www.cyberdog.net. In Brighton, Manchester or Camden this weekend? Head over to one of our stores. For the gravers out there, you won’t be disappointed. Our shops offer the ultimate rave experience! We love hearing from fellow ravers, gravers, clubbers and everyone party, fashion and awesome related. Get in touch through Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr or Instagram today!


Raving is Back with a Bang February 16, 2016 00:00

Is raving a thing of the 80’s? The answer is NO! It hasn’t stopped yet and it isn’t going to if #cyberdog have anything to do with it!

 

Raving: A Past Party Style? We Think Not!

We all know what a rave is. Most of us have been raving for years. The real question is: do you still go raving regularly todat? If not, why not?! There is nothing better than partying all night, listening to sick music and wearing your best party gear. Raving actually started back in the 1950’s with our friends the hippies. In the 80’s, Techno and Acid House started taking over and that’s where the real all nighters started.

Today, everything has become so safe (some would say boring). But, it looks like there could be an awesome change in 2016 because ravers are back! People want to party again. They want to have fun, dance, go wild for a night (or two, or ten). That said, we all know that the rave scene never died. Raving just turned into clubbing because of the more controlled environment we all had to adapt to. Is it still the case though? Are we breaking away from our safe ways once again?

Raving is our thing!

Raving in the UK

There are already some pretty wild events in the UK. Unfortunately illegal raves are not going to become “okay” with the majority of society anytime soon. Hence the word “illegal”. We’ve made up for our sins with our incredible festival season. The difference is everything is all organised and monitored. But do these have the same feel as 80's and 90's raves? Bestival, the Secret Garden Party and the other hundred festivals we run are awesome. There is no doubt about that. But, do they feed our need for naughtiness and breaking social barriers like raving does? Probably not.

It looks like recent news is telling us people want to let loose again though. Us Brits want a party and the rest of the world agrees! Everywhere has rules and regulations. Of course, we all have to play along with them but where does it end? It’s time to find a middle ground between our new, modern society and our old school party animals.

In house raving during the week? Why not!

Although you won't be completely free to do as you please, the Hippie, Retro Acid parties are back! Loads of events are being organised at the moment to reintroduce raving for the generations of today. Sankey’s club owner, David Vincent, will be kicking off with some of the biggest pioneers of the rave scene. At the moment we don’t have too much information on the event. Although we do know that it will be during Easter Sunday in a secret location in Manchester. We also know that it will keep you up all night so keep your eyes and ears peeled!

David Vincent isn’t the only one itching to get his rave on. There are rumours that Londoners want to take over the streets of Shoreditch to show their passion for the UK’s underground scene. Annie Mac is also joining in with her Lost & Found Festival this year that is introducing an insane lineup. Also, if you love Game of Thrones and raving then you will want to head to Rave of Thrones at The Vaults, London for a Game of Thrones themed rave. These are just examples of some of the parties that are in the limelight. Raves are popping up everywhere at the moment. The real party is back and we will be sharing more info about all these soon!

Rave Art and Fashion

Everyone wants to be part of this returning rave culture. It’s a great way to get involved, meet new people and feel free! Now, raving has become more than just music, partying and staying up all night. Rave culture has become part of our art industries worldwide. With big designers like Alexander Wang and Calvin Klein throwing 90’s rave events for their new lines, it is no wonder raving is back.

That said where is the future of rave fashion going? That is where Cyberdog come in. "Born in the 90’s worn in the future" is our motto and we live by it! Camden Originals, Future Noir, Daisuki Vibes, Cyber Core and House of Neon are our lines and they are designed with raving and clubbing in mind. Terry and Spiros found their inspiration in their love for partying and all things sci-fi. They started making clothing that reflected the insane energy that came with the ever evolving rave scene of the 80’s. You probably get why the word “cyber” came into the name Cyberdog. The word dog on the other hand came from their pet Chihuahua: Chi Chi. Today, Cyberdog is still a one of a kind rave and club wear brand and the stores reflects just that. Sick tunes, bright colours, an insane atmosphere is what you will find in Camden, Manchester and Brighton! Raving is a thing of the future not just the past!

The future of raving is here.

Come and join in the party at one of our stores or visit us online at www.cyberdog.net. Our stores are mental and reflect our "work hard, play hard" mentality. We love hearing about how people like to party or what they like to wear when they hit the town. So, drop us a line on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Tumblr to get in touch today!