GARAGE Magazine Issue 18
Makeup In the Age of Surveillance
As Artificial Intelligence becomes more sophisticated, living an incognito life is increasingly impossible. As faces become the new fingerprints, wearing makeup can be an act of resistance. Photographed by Cho Gi Seok. Fashion Editor: Hyunji Shi
The Enduring Influence of Photographer J.D. Okhai Ojeikere
The Nigerian's work remains a touchstone for contemporary photographers—as well as hair salons.
Who Is She? The Dystopian Vision of Makeup Artist Mimi Choi
Ezra Miller’s Met Gala MUA on her vivid creations, articulating her hallucinations and sleep paralysis.
More Than Just 'Beautiful People'
John Edmonds seeks an elusive 'X factor' in his subjects
I Tried Kourtney Kardashian's Collagen Powder and Now I'm Hot
'Warpaint: Makeup For Men' Beautifully Highlights The Fragility of Masculinity
In a cultural moment where the questioning of gender roles is gaining acceptance, does makeup really need a masc makeover?
In a New Art Show, Sephora Meets Imperialism’s Evils
Tiffany Jaeyeon Shin’s “Universal Skin Salvation” shows K-beauty is a cross-cultural phenomenon heavy with sociopolitical implications.
Cassidy Dawn Graves
GARAGE House of Horrors
Living-Dead Icon Anubis Shares Her Beauty Secrets
LA’s newest transplant and literal Vampire lets us in on her night-to-night beauty routine.
The New Trend in Luxury Perfume? Smelling Normal
Concrete, teeth, and elevator music are just a few of the scents that perfume houses are now peddling.
Yara Shahidi and Renell Medrano Made a Chanel Film on the Orient Express and It's As Dreamy as You Think
Chanel launched their newest series of fragrances, “Les Eaux De Chanel,” by inviting guests on an exclusive journey to one of the locales that Coco loved most.
The Faults In Our Stars
Was Greta Garbo Reclusive—Or Just Bored?
Reconsidering Garbo’s decades of rest and relaxation.
For a Rising Generation of Hyper-Rich Women, the American Dream Is Whatever They Want
“Wealth [is] much more than money. [It’s] whatever gave us value; sexuality, branding, even youth.”