GARAGE Magazine Issue 15
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15, exploring The Human Future, features Taryn Simon, Lil Miquela, Marine Serre, and the first fashion project from Deana Lawson, starring Rihanna.
Miu Miu’s Women’s Tales Celebrates the Female Need to Tell Stories
Ruth Ossai’s portfolio for GARAGE continues the tradition with a portfolio of Nollywood’s leading female voices.
With Rihanna and Deana Lawson, GARAGE Confronts the Human Future
Editor-in-Chief Mark Guiducci on meeting cover photographer Deana Lawson for the first time.
Lil Miquela Shows Us the Future of Fame
With the rise of AI personalities like Lil Miquela, who can be anyplace at any time, the future landscape of fame is here. So where do humans fit into it? Lil Miquela herself weighs in.
Lil Miquela Poses with Courtney Love, Prince Charles, and the Olsen Twins
Miquela Souza, aka Lil'Miquela, can inhabit the past, present, or future. For GARAGE Issue 15, she photobombed some of the most iconic paparazzi moments, begging the question: has she been here all along? Fashion Editor: Gabriella Karefa-Johnson.
The Story Behind Rihanna’s Vintage Cover Look
Stylist Carlos Nazario talks styling Rihanna for GARAGE, photographed by Deana Lawson.
10 Things We Love (And You Need To Know) About Deana Lawson
Deana Lawson shot Rihanna for GARAGE issue 15’s cover story, but who is this major new voice in American photography?
Paige Katherine Bradley
A Match Made in Heaven: Deana Lawson and Arthur Jafa on Destiny, Intuition, and Influence
Artists Arthur Jafa and Deana Lawson sit down for a conversation that comprises our Rihanna cover story of GARAGE Issue 15.
Deana Lawson and Arthur Jafa
Queen Rihanna by Deana Lawson Covers GARAGE Magazine Issue 15
The Human Future is here. Photographed by Deana Lawson. Fashion Editor: Carlos Nazario.
Women Are Driving the New Wave of Film in Nigeria
Adébólá Ráyò remembers growing up with Nollywood films, and how women are behind its most exciting changes.
Is Trend Forecasting an Art or Science?
The elusive field of trend forecasting has become a codified business, but a handful of renegades are questioning this big-box mentality. Is it science or magic?
Eliza Harper Wallace
These Women Are Shaping the Future of Female Streetwear
Streetwear remains a male-dominated industry—save for designers like Erin Magee of MadeMe and Ashley Williams, who are making women’s clothes for a women’s world. Photographed by Flo Ngala.
Artist Taryn Simon Photographs Men Jumping into Freezing Water
Documenting her MASS MoCA installation “A Cold Hole” exclusively for GARAGE, Simon captures the moment when participants jump into a shaft of frigid water in an ice-floored gallery. Novelist Alexandra Kleeman recounts her experience taking the plunge.