At Couture, Horses
An equine obsession made itself known at Chanel and Christian Dior's couture collections this week.
The New New Look
At Dior, Maria Grazia Chiuri took our real quarantine wardrobe to its ideal state.
GARAGE Magazine Issue 18
A Seat at the Table
Dior's Maria Grazia Chiuri enlisted the creative genius of feminist artist Judy Chicago for the label's spring couture collection. The result was nothing short of divine. Photographed by Sarah Piantadosi.
How to Hypebeast Your Way Through the Climate Apocalypse
It's happening, folks.
A Few Notes on Jake Paul's Wedding Saddle Bag
*lowers shades* it's DIOR, by the way.
AirPods Are Finally Chic
The most recent season of men’s fashion shows proved the in-ear tech scourge is becoming—dare we say it—stylish.
How to Design an Exhibition Worthy of Seven Decades of Dior
“Dior: From Paris to the World” opens this week at the Denver Art Museum.
At Dior, Dancing For Your Liberation
Creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri draws inspiration from Isadora Duncan and Martha Graham.
From Carrie Bradshaw to Balenciaga: A History of Newsprint in Fashion
Fashion used to be about escapism. Now, designers are using newspaper print to catch our attention with inescapable reality.
GARAGE Magazine Issue 7
From the Archive: Dasha Zhukova's 2014 Interview with Raf Simons
"I couldn’t name 15 designers I admire. Miuccia holds a beautiful balance between the aspects that are interesting in fashion—concept, story, history, commerciality, the way it’s all put together and presented to an audience."
bad bitch alert
Cardi B and Drake Just Reminded Us of All the Reasons Why Lauryn Hill is Everything
Even though we never actually forgot.
Crocs, 80s Excess, and Christopher Wylie: How Fashion Is a Conspiracy of Trends
How do we explain how certain decades, muses, and looks show up on the runway at the same time?