The goth subculture may have began in the US and UK but nowadays there are goth kids in practically every corner of the world, with each group adding their own cultural spin on the standard goth styles.
In Brazil the goth subculture is thriving in night clubs, and the attire is understandably cooler and less formal.
Canadian goths are big on Steampunk, which makes sense since their climate is suited to heavy fabrics and layering.
Cuba has a small but slowly growing goth scene, and some Cuban goths seem to be going all out with their looks.
Many of the goths in France sport a romantic Victorian Vampire look, which makes sense considering Paris is home to one of the oldest goth scenes in Europe.
Meanwhile, Kenya is home to one of the youngest goth scenes, and in Kenya goths smolder in their studded leather.