GARAGE Magazine Issue 19
Ian Isiah Wants to Take You to Church
Born and raised in Brooklyn, the musician and performer makes transformative, ecstatic music. Case in point? His newest album, "Auntie." Photographed by Eric Johnson. Fashion Editor: Jared Ellner
No Sesso's Pierre Davis Is "Here With Everyone"
The designer launches a collaboration with GARAGE, with part of the profits going to support The National Black Trans Advocacy Coalition.
Welcome to Patia's Fantasy World
The creator of the viral Master List of Resources on How to Dismantle Systemic Racism talks shitposting, activism, and being Black.
PROMOTION CREATED WITH GUCCI
Joy Yamusangie and Ronan Mckenzie Embrace Movement Through Mythology
The artists discuss "WATA," their new film exploring African ancestral myths and the power of community.
McCombe Thompson Is Building On Instinct
Meet the design duo who found their voice by seeking stillness.
Solange's "Bridge-s" Explores Past, Presence and Future at the Getty Center
An exclusive video made in partnership with Dropbox and IamSound offers a behind the scenes look at the artist's most recent performance.
GARAGE Magazine Issue 17
Zendaya and Simone Leigh Reunite for a Bad Bitch Link-Up in LA
GARAGE went West to toast the Issue 17 cover stars with an intimate dinner at Chateau Marmont.
Swipe Right On Johan Galaxy's Debut Collection
"I'm very into seriously dating my clothes. These days fashion feels like a one-night stand."
Theresa Chromati's New Growth
The Baltimore raised, Brooklyn-based artist speaks on her practice, and hooks us up with a playlist.
Get Into Foo and Foo's Chaotic Goods
The designer's latest drop for SS19 is influenced by outsider art.
Gucci Gang Is Redefining The French Feminist
This fashion influencer crew is using their platform to create a "Safe Place" for survivors of sexual harassment. Photographed by Fabien Montique for GARAGE. Styling by Juliann McCandless.
Gabrielle Richardson Knows What's Really Radical
The model, activist, and Art Hoe Collective member has taken the fight for better representation in the worlds of fashion and art into her own hands.