M&S go Goth...

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In a bid to put a halt to their drop in profits over recent years the high street retailer Marks & Spencer today announced a new line of clothes.

The line, called None More Black, is the first entirely black range of clothes the store had produced in it’s history. The store, which usually aims it’s clothes lines towards the middle aged and elderly markets hopes that this will be a turnaround for this side of the business. “We hope to attract young people who are ‘into’ the gothic sub-culture. I only hope they can stand the sunlight long enough to reach the doors of our shops.”, said a company spokesperson.

The None More Black range, which includes, t-shirts, combat trousers and full length coats, will be in the stores for the summer.