GARAGE Magazine Issue 15
A History of Electronic Dresses
From Alexander McQueen LED garments to poorly wired minidresses at Max’s Kansas City, GARAGE traces the history of clothes that lit up runways and red carpets.
After Meghan Markle’s Dress, Givenchy Rethinks “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”
After designing the most important dress in the world, Clare Waight Keller showed a couture show in tribute to her house’s namesake.
Madonna and P. Diddy’s Florist Gives the Royal Wedding Bouquet a Deep Read
Using the Victorian language of flowers, a celebrity florist tells us what the blooms “mean.”
The Royal Wedding Pageboys Are Giving Us Goth Wedding Style
Kensington Palace just released three official portraits from the royal wedding.
Are We in a Golden Age for Female Designers?
From new designers at Dior and Givenchy to the Rei Kawakubo show at the Met, more female designers are in the spotlight than ever. But are these women subverting the status quo in favor of something better, or enforcing the long-standing rules?