Sheila Hicks Says There Are No Limitations—And We Believe Her!
On a summer afternoon in Paris, GARAGE brought together artist Sheila Hicks and Sies Marjan designer Sander Lak for a conversation about light, the difference between art and fashion, and upending the oppressive cycles that are thrust onto creators.
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?
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.
Group Therapy for the End of the World
Kyle Chayka travels to a workshop in rural Sweden run by a co-founder of a shadowy environmental activist group seeking answers. He found a sense of impending doom, both personal and planet-wide. Photographed by Carolyn Drake.
Momo Okabe's Tokyo Noir Photography Is as Sexy as It Is Unsettling
The eclectic shapes, color combinations, and all-over patterns of the Fall/Winter 2018 collections make perfect sense in Japan's chaotic capital. Photographed by Momo Okabe. Fashion Editor: Matt Holmes.
The Cowboy Who Fell to Earth
Twisted takes on traditional western dressing expose our desire to reexamine who we are and who we can become. Photographed by Nadine Ijewere. Fashion editor: Gabriella Karefa-Johnson.
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?
16 Cameras Capture One Fashion Moment at Philip Johnson's Glass House
At 199 Elm Street, New Canaan, CT, on 18 April 2018, at 4:12:32 p.m., Barbara Probst fired 16 cameras, all at once, for this Fall fashion story at the famed architectural landmark. Photographed by Barbara Probst. Fashion Editor: Matt Holmes.
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.
Humanoid Robot Bina48 Wants Cool Friends and Dreams of Pizza
Android Bina48 was designed to emulate a living person, but she has a mind of her own. Alex Ronan speaks to the enigmatic robot about coolness, loneliness, and her incredible, terrifying dreams.
New York’s Best Fashion Designers Are Descendants of This ’90s Art Collective
GARAGE captures how the work of new visionaries like Eckhaus Latta and Lou Dallas are carrying on the art-house spirit of ’90s art collective Bernadette Corporation.
Carmen Maria Machado Presents an Yves Saint Laurent Folk Tale
In Fashion Fan Fiction, a writer takes inspiration from fashion images from the past.