Garage Magazine Issue 16
Radical love is an affirmation of life that radiates outwardly as joy and compassion for yourself and your community. Meet the citizens who have it in spades.
These Are the 8 Campiest Things in the Met's Collection
In anticipation of Monday's Met Gala, GARAGE pays special attention to Marie Antoinette's dog house. Because it's about time.
Victor Polster, the Breakout Star of 'Girl', Embodies the Balletic Spirit of the Spring Collections
The Belgian actor and dancer is the star of the controversial film finally being released Friday. Photographer: Estelle Hanaia. Fashion Editor: Benoit Bethume.
Ben Whishaw Is Man Enough to Play Both Helen of Troy and Marilyn Monroe
Ben Whishaw tells Philippa Snow about taking on a starring role in The Shed's opening season. Photographed by Jack Davison.
Celebrating the Undeniable Passion Of the Matador
Spaniards debate the future of bullfighting, but its defenders—and the next generation of toreros—see it as an intractable part of their culture. Photographer: Brett Lloyd. Fashion Editor: Alba Melendo.
How Hedi Slimane and Christian Marclay Created a Visual Sound For Celine
Tucked into Slimane’s explosive debut collection for Celine was a collaboration with artist Christian Marclay years in the making.
How Pat McGrath and Jonathan Anderson Paid Homage to Pioneering Queer Artist Paul Thek
For Loewe’s SS19 runway show, Anderson teamed up with makeup maestro Pat McGrath for GARAGE Issue 16.
Is This the Most Important Play About Gay Life Since “Angels In America”?
Playwright Matthew Lopez introduces a charged and harrowing excerpt from his Evening Standard Award–winning play, “The Inheritance.”
John Galliano Muses On a Genderless Fashion Future
The designer speaks to Rachel Tashjian about bringing his feminine fantasy to Maison Margiela menswear. Photographer: Reto Schmid. Sittings Editor: Matt Holmes.
Five Choreographers Carry on Martha Graham's Legacy
Sarah Michelson, Netta Yerushalmy, Jack Ferver, Trajal Harrell and Mina Nishimura discuss her legacy in GARAGE Issue 16.
Revisiting Bernardo Bertolucci’s (Vaguely) Incestuous and Queer ‘The Dreamers’
The late Bernardo Bertolucci’s NC-17 film remains as relevant today as the incendiary May 19 summer it depicts.
Rachel Rabbit White
A Fashion Story Set In Switzerland’s Most Eccentric Building
A collision of colors, textures, and prints finds a home at a Swiss architectural monument, photographed for GARAGE Issue 16 by Lukas Wassmann and styled by Victoria Sekrier.
Thomas Chatterton Williams