TBT: Nick Knight Brings Fashion Illustration To Life
For Issue 11 of GARAGE, Nick Knight interpreted some of fashion illustration’s best emerging talents.
#TBT: How Natalie Massenet Launched the World of Luxury Online Shopping
In 2014, GARAGE editorial director Dasha Zhukova interviewed Net-a-Porter founder Natalie Massenet about the birth of internet shopping and her plans for world domination.
Meet the Art World’s Most High-Profile Detective
In Garage Magazine No. 6, Charles Hill spilled the secrets to investigating high-profile thefts of Vermeers, “The Scream,” and more.
Rabbits Are Taking Over Australia, and Artist Taryn Simon Knows Why
In GARAGE’s inaugural issue, artist Taryn Simon shared a portfolio from her show “A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters.”
Sonia Rykiel on Posing Topless for Warhol and the Secret of Sexy Knits
In GARAGE No. 6, released in spring 2014, we spoke to the Queen of Knits about writing, the advice her mother gave her, and establishing a business as a woman.
Everybody Needs a Little Limitation: The Dotty Art of Yayoi Kusama
For GARAGE Issue No. 2, Mark Kidel took a deep dive into the psyche of Yayoi Kusama, the artist whose goal is self-obliteration.
In 2016, Fashion Had a Catfishing Moment
For GARAGE Issue 10, Alexander Fury surveyed the influence of online self-invention at Prada, Fendi, and JW Anderson.
Hanne Gaby Odiele Gives a Manicure to a Dead Octopus in a Chanel Suit
What does a bag of dead mice, one dead octopus, and a live cat all have a common?
Revisiting an Exclusive Interview with the Late Dr. Maya Angelou
"You don’t have to be so jaded and think you have all the answers—that’s boring."
Dogs That Look Like Their Owners—But Make It Fashion
Here's a novel take on the faux vs. fur debate: Puppies for everyone!
Hear Courtney Love's Super Dark Reinterpretation of Mary Poppins
In 2013, the grunge goddess reworked "A Spoonful of Sugar" as "Spoonful of Bones" for GARAGE No. 2.