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GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

Is a Luxury Object Made in a Lab More Desirable One Made by Hand?

The idea of machine-made indulgences is increasingly competing with handcrafted counterparts. Will a lab-grown Birkin soon have as long a waiting list as a crocodile one?
Lou Stoppard
9.4.18
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

Ruth Ossai Photographs the Women of Nollywood in Miu Miu

In celebration of Miu Miu's Women's Tales series, which celebrates female filmmakers, the Nigerian-born photographer trains her lens on the country's booming film industry, and the women within it. Photographed by Ruth Ossai. Fashion Editor: Daniel Obasi.
GARAGE Magazine
9.4.18
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

Humanoid Robot Bina48 Wants Cool Friends and Dreams of Pizza

Android Bina48 was designed to emulate a living person, but she has a mind of her own. Alex Ronan speaks to the enigmatic robot about coolness, loneliness, and her incredible, terrifying dreams.
Alex Ronan
9.4.18
Fashion

“I’m Here for the Bling”: Meet the Teens of Couture Week

Some attendees at fashion’s most exclusive week are barely old enough to drink or drive.
Rachel Tashjian
7.9.18
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What’s Fashion Without Streetwear? An Italian Countess Who Trusts Nothing But Family

Couture Week shows us what fashion is thinking about when it's not thinking about streetwear.
Rachel Tashjian
7.5.18
Fashion

A First Look at Mickalene Thomas' Newest Fashion Photographs

The Brooklyn-based artist sat down with GARAGE to discuss Shayne Oliver, James Baldwin, and her newest series of photographs, which feature Junya Watanabe, Proenza Schouler, and Fendi.
Gabriella Karefa-Johnson
5.29.18
Fashion

Class Appropriation in Fashion Is Real, and Impossible to Talk About

Criticism of cultural appropriation in fashion has been powerful and effective. Why have references to class avoided a similar level of scrutiny?
Erin Schwartz
5.17.18
Fashion

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.
Zsófia Paulikovics
4.27.18
Fashion

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.
Hettie Judah
4.19.18
Fashion

In Fashion, Bootlegging Is No Longer Something to Hide, but to Flout

Brands from Fendi to Supreme are making it cool to look like your clothing is fake.
Tyler Watamanuk
4.17.18
Fashion

A History of Festival Style—and How Beyoncé Just Changed It Forever

Festival dressing is about imaging a utopia that never can be. Beyoncé fantasizes about a world to come.
Rachel Tashjian
4.17.18
Fashion

​She May Create Some of Russia's Weirdest Feminist Art​—Just Don't Call Her a Feminist

Alice Hualice, 23, creates bizarrely beautiful textile sculptures in a small Russian city that explore the grotesque and the feminine.
Natasha Young
3.23.18