Did 'The Lizzie McGuire Movie' Invent Couture?
Fashion Week may be over, but the makeover montage will never die.
In Praise of Packing All Black
Joan Didion didn't specify the color of the clothes on her packing list, but I'd wager they were monochrome.
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15
A History of Electronic Dresses
From Alexander McQueen LED garments to poorly wired minidresses at Max’s Kansas City, GARAGE traces the history of clothes that lit up runways and red carpets.
Walking In an Alexander McQueen Show Was Terrifying and Almost Impossible
In an exclusive clip from the documentary “McQueen,” model Magdalena Frackowiak discusses walking in the infamous Armadillo shoes.
These Designers Are Taking the Sex Out of Latex
Designers have long used sex to sell latex, but now, three new names are using it to make breezy, sustainable clothing.
Forget Fur: Plastic Clothes Are the Next Fashion Faux Pas
A new exhibition at the V&A explores the hold nature has long had over clothing designers—and why plastic may be the fashion faux pas of the future.
From McQueen to McDonald's, a History of Low-Rise Jeans
GARAGE brings you a cheeky history of the jean that championed bum cleavage. How did this kick-ass denim hit rock bottom?
"Phantom Thread": A Film About How Every Dress Is the Result of a Ménage à Trois
Paul Thomas Anderson's film explores the love triangles that fuel genius and the people that inspire it.