Film

Art

Draw Me A Bird

In "Together, a Short Film," the National YoungArts Foundation (YoungArts) gathers animated support.
Haley Mellin
2.12.21
Culture

The Many Figures of Kathrine Narducci

The Harlem-born actress, beloved for roles in “The Sopranos” and “A Bronx Tale,” is bringing characters to life in her painting studio.
Eileen Cartter
2.12.21
Film

Keisha Rae Witherspoon's "T" Is a Way Through Collective Pain

The short film is now streaming through the Criterion Channel's Afrofuturism series.
madeleine seidel
2.5.21
Fashion

Loewe, Meet 'My Neighbor Totoro'

Creative director Jonathan Anderson's latest capsule collection is an homage to Hayao Miyazaki’s iconic 1988 film.
Eileen Cartter
1.8.21
accidental style icon

Accidental Style Icon: Cha-Cha DiGregorio's Black Underwear

Move over, permed Sandy—in 'Grease,' the best dancer at St. Bernadette's remains the most iconic.
Anna Bane
1.8.21
Fashion

Watching Gucci's Strange Utopia On Screen

For Gucci's latest collection, Alessandro Michele and Gus Van Sant collaborated on a film, titled "Ouverture of Something That Never Happened."
madeleine seidel
12.4.20
GARAGE Magazine Issue 19

Darling, How About a Spritz of Something Divine?

When you’re stuck at home with nowhere to go, a good movie and a new perfume are the ultimate escape. Why not throw in some luxe jewels for good measure?
Kashina
11.6.20
GARAGE Magazine Issue 19

Shadow Puppetry

Nia DaCosta, the director of the upcoming Candyman, knows it’s all fake, but she’s not tempting the devil. Photographed by Shaniqwa Jarvis.
Gabrielle Rucker
11.6.20
Film

We Are Still Getting Punk'd by Borat

The long-awaited sequel to Sacha Baron Cohen's 2006 mockumentary about a certain Kazakh journalist is as funny, but less effective.
Sophie Kemp
10.30.20
Film

In American Utopia, Hope

David Byrne's acclaimed Broadway show—now a movie by Spike Lee—is a fascinating case study for the concert film subgenre’s limits and possibilities.
madeleine seidel
10.16.20
accidental style icon

Accidental Style Icon: Nosferatu

The titular character of the 1979 Werner Herzog film is a tragic, blood-sucking ghoul who is also stylish!
Sophie Kemp
10.16.20
Film

How a Slacker Frog in an MS Paint Zine Became a Villain for the Alt-Right

In the new award-winning documentary "Feels Good Man" filmmakers Giorgio Angelini and Arthur Jones carefully examine Pepe the Frog’s fraught and fascinating legacy.
Paige Katherine Bradley
9.18.20
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