GARAGE Magazine Issue 17
One Flew Over the Couture's Nest
Traditionally, couture's sumptuous fabrics and delicate embellishments were a status symbol for women that should be seen and not heard. Good thing this isn't your grandma's couture. Photographed by Nadine Ijewere. Fashion Editor Gabriella Karefa-Johnson
At Moscow Fashion Week, Children Are The New ‘It Bag’
Security guards didn't bat an eye at the "pitter-patter of little Uggs" on the exhibition-hall floor.
Rihanna’s LVMH Deal is (Hopefully) the Future of Fashion
The partnership is a tipping point for luxury fashion, which has had a history of racism and appropriation.
fashion fan fiction
Drip For Me, Part III: Beauty and the Hypebeast
Our ingenue finally gets her date with the influencer of her dreams.
fashion fan fiction
Drip For Me, Part I: Grail Me
In the first chapter of our fashion erotica, our ingenue meets an influencer whose grails light her on fire.
I Bought Fake Balenciaga Triple S Sneakers and Boy Do They...Smell Weird?
Our new sneaker columnist takes fake hype sneakers for a spin.
I Went to Equinox and I Am Now a Bourgeois Lifestyle King
One man resisted the call of the world’s chicest gym. Now he’ll never slum it again.
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15
Is a Luxury Object Made in a Lab More Desirable One Made by Hand?
The idea of machine-made indulgences is increasingly competing with handcrafted counterparts. Will a lab-grown Birkin soon have as long a waiting list as a crocodile one?
New York Restaurants’ Best-Kept Secret: The Luxury Forager
The freaky vegetables foraged by Evan Strusinski in the woods of New England are the secret ingredient at everywhere from Roberta’s to Momofuku Ko.
Thanksgiving Reads to Avoid Your Family with Style
If things get tricky at the dinner table and beyond, here are a few great fashion stories to keep you distracted.
Gucci x Farfetch: Spend More Time Living Forever
A partnership with Farfetch promises Gucci at your doorstep in 90 minutes or less. Is it a feature-length publicity stunt or the future of e-commerce?