Film

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Why Calvin Klein Referenced “Jaws,” the Ultimate Watergate Film

Corrupt politicians and a national sense of menace—sound familiar?
Rachel Tashjian
9.12.18
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Harmony Korine’s “The Beach Bum”: The Most Important Fashion Film of 2019

The trailer for Korine’s epic new Matthew McConaughey vehicle is finally here.
Rachel Tashjian
9.11.18
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82-Year-Old “Suspiria” Actor Is Your New Menswear Icon—Because He’s Tilda Swinton?

Zegna designer Alessandro Sartori discusses the beautiful suits he made for Luca Guadagnino’s upcoming horror film, and we untangle the mystery behind the actor who wears them.
Rachel Tashjian
9.7.18
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

The Extraordinary and Terrifying World of “Deepfakes”

With the disturbing rise of new visual augmentation software, you can appear anywhere at any time doing anything, all without your consent. Can anyone remain untouched, or are we totally fucked? Photographed by Hannah Whitaker.
Sarah Nicole Prickett
9.4.18
Art

A Cinematic Portrait of Yayoi Kusama’s Triumphs and Travails Is Coming to a Theater Near You

Gather ’round and hear the tale of how one woman endured sexism, momma’s boys, plagiarizers, mental illness, and total social exile to become one of the most successful artists in the world.
Paige Katherine Bradley
8.29.18
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BlacKkKlansman’s Costume Designer Channeled the Best and Most Monstrous of ’70s Fashion

Marci Rodgers researched what made black detective Ron Stallworth look cool, and KKK leader David Duke look evil.
Tahirah Hairston
8.17.18
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Sex Scenes: Sometimes, Love Means Severing Your Lover’s Penis and Carrying It Around in Your Kimono

In Nagisa Oshima’s 1976 film “In the Realm of the Senses,” based on the true story of tabloid star Sada Abe, the graphic sex is real—and so is the fear of abandonment inherent to all romantic relationships.
Rachel Rabbit White
8.16.18
Clothes Before Prose

How Tom Wolfe Made Clothing a Man’s Deepest Trait in “Bonfire of the Vanities”

In the Tom Wolfe classic, the superficial layer revealed everything you needed to know about a person.
Max Lakin
8.10.18
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Nancy Meyers Could Be a Secret Streetwear Goddess

Nancy Meyers: Mommy of the Merch.
Andrea Whittle
8.9.18
Film

Can a Rape-Revenge Film Ever Be Truly Feminist?

Coralie Fargeat gives it a go in her film “Revenge,” released in France last year and out on DVD in the United States this week.
Philippa Snow
8.8.18
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Sex Scenes: Luis Buñuel and the Supportive Sex Worker Boyfriend

In “That Obscure Object of Desire,” sugar daddy Matthieu is confused by the unpredictable affections of his lover, Conchita. But the simplest explanation is often the right one: she has a boyfriend, and Matthieu is just an annoying client.
Rachel Rabbit White
8.1.18