Bill Cunningham In His Own Words, On the Big Screen
A new documentary based on a 1994 interview with the photographer, opens nationwide this week.
The Olympics Are About to Get a Lot Gnarlier... and Hotter?
A look at Nike's new skateboarding uniforms for the Summer Olympics.
After Making a Splash at the Superbowl, Christine Sun Kim Is Just Getting Started
We talked to the artist about the Superbowl, “sound diets”, and how to bring more awareness to deaf culture.
Shannon Cartier Lucy Finds Her Home
After a ten year-hiatus, the painter returns with a new body of work, and solo shows in New York, Miami, and Los Angeles.
GARAGE Magazine Issue 18
Pulling the Strings
Puppets and Puppets, the fashion project from Carly Mark and Ayla Argentina, is bringing absurdity back to the New York fashion scene. Photographed by Andrew Jacobs. Fashion Editor: Jared Ellner
The Radical Youth Just Want To Wear A Suit!
Max Lakin takes us through a New York Fashion Week: Men's that is short but sweet (in like an agave sort of way).
Found, But Also Lost
A new exhibition of street photographer Bruce Gilden’s early work, compiled from a happy-accident discovery of old film, showcases a former New York.
You Probably Don't Remember Adam Green's "The Wrong Ferarri," and That's a Good Thing
Some things are better left in the past, nostalgia be damned!
All Together Now: Stylish Company in "Little Women"
Want to dress like Amy, Meg, Jo, or Beth? You'd probably look better if you had a few friends to join along for the sartorial ride.
Peter Saul Wants to Paint Women's Misbehavior
A conversation with the painter ahead of his retrospective at the New Museum in New York.
Lettuce, Once and For All
A big-ticket Sotheby’s sale of Dodie Thayer “lettuce ware” cements a kitschy trend for our keto-times. Real (lettuce) heads only.
Deconstructing Director Paul Schrader's Love for Taylor Swift
Allow us to get playfully unhinged!