Books

SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION

Six Degrees of Separation: Kanye West to Sally Rooney

Let's take a scenic tour through opera, film, and famous children's Halloween costumes.
Emma Specter
3.26.19
packing lists

In Praise of Packing a Lot

Joan Didion is celebrated for packing a little. She is wrong.
Rachel Tashjian
12.27.18
Art

By All Means, Judge a Book By Its Cover

What can stacks of books—in film, in visual art, on the subway—tell us about their reader?
Rahel Aima
12.24.18
Clothes Before Prose

In ‘The Haunting of Hill House,’ Clothes Make (and Ruin) the Women

Shirley Jackson’s gothic masterpiece is attuned to suspense and style in equal measure.
Nadia Bailey
10.31.18
Clothes Before Prose

The Problem with Joan Didion’s ‘Good Taste’ in ‘Play It As It Lays’

The novel ‘Play It As It Lays’ is filled with brand names, but all those Pucci blouses and chic white clothes are just a way to stay in control.
Holly Connolly
10.25.18
Fashion

Chloë Sevigny, Lynn Yaeger, & Simone Rocha’s Besties Pose for Her New Mag

In the new issue of “A Magazine Curated By,” the designer’s friends share their favorite books and places while posing in her romantic clothes.
GARAGE Magazine
10.9.18
Clothes Before Prose

In “The Secret History,” Dressing Well Has Murderous Possibilities

Tartt’s debut novel shows the fine line you walk when dressing for the world you want.
Drew Zeiba
9.19.18
sex scenes

The Real-Life Prison Escapee With a Broken Foot Who Just Wanted a Boyfriend

In this week’s Sex Scenes: French writer Albertine Sarrazin’s French autobiographical novel about prison escapee lovers.
Rachel Rabbit White
9.5.18
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

In 1980: Octavia Butler Asked, Why Is Science Fiction So White?

First published in Transmission Magazine, the afrofuturist author’s essay “The Lost Races of Science Fiction” resonates more than ever in today’s conversations around race and representation.
Octavia E. Butler
9.4.18
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

Carmen Maria Machado Presents an Yves Saint Laurent Folk Tale

In Fashion Fan Fiction, a writer takes inspiration from fashion images from the past.
Carmen Maria Machado
9.4.18
Clothes Before Prose

With Chanel and Hippies, “The Razor’s Edge” Defined “Chic”

The author W. Somerset Maugham saw chic as a quality that graces you, and when it does, it’s best not to pay it too much attention.
Alex Ronan
8.24.18
Books

This LOEWE Book Set Will Tempt You to Actually Read 'Madame Bovary'

This month, the Spanish brand launches a collection of classics curated by creative director Jonathan Anderson, and featuring iconic photography by Steven Meisel.
Gabriella Karefa-Johnson
8.15.18
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