How to Mourn a Building
GARAGE spoke to a grief counselor about the Notre Dame fire and what the loss of an iconic structure can tell us about ourselves.
At Chanel Couture, Technical Innovation (and Rumors, Technically)
All the big sequin gowns of couture can blend together, but at Chanel, you can see the technique.
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15
Hey, Sis: Models Who Look All But Related
There is a creepy coolness to looking and dressing exactly like your significant other. For GARAGE Issue 15, photographer Estelle Hanania weaves a twisted tale of maybe-siblings-maybe-lovers. Fashion Editor: Brian Molloy.
GARAGE Magazine Issue 15
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.
Uma Thurman Was Born To Play a Mid-Century Couture Model
Miu Miu stages a hotel slumber party with Thurman, Gwendolyn Christie, Naomi Campbell, and more.
These Teenage Designers Are the Future of French Indie Fashion
The designers of AFTERHOMEWORK(PARIS), Pierre Kazmarek and Elena Mottola, showed their first collection at ages 17 and 18. Now, their clothes have grown up, but their youthful spirit is reshaping the world of French sportswear.
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I Imagineered My Dream Apartment with Furniture from the Ritz Auction
Wicker Louis XV chairs, equestrian themes, curved velvet sofas, and a matching robe-and-slipper set!
9 Exhibitions to See in Paris During Fashion Week (Plus Where to Catch "Black Panther" in English)
From paintings that recreate buildings to sculptures that recreate films, Paris during Fashion Week offers art in all mediums—often several at once.
Will Ryman's New Public Sculptures Combine Stonehenge and Pac-Man
The New York artist is bringing his monumentalized vision of our everyday pursuits to a Paris park.
Thanks to Margiela, Couture is Cool Again
For a generation that does everything for the ‘Gram, is buying couture next?
Pigalle Paris: The Parisian Label That Wrestles with Race, Class, and Gentrification
Pigalle Paris, a brand beloved by everyone from Rihanna to Chanel’s president of fashion, addresses the racial and social frictions in the capital.
The Endless Appropriations of Virgil Abloh
The designer’s latest menswear collection attempts to subvert middle-class malaise, but instead showcases the fashion industry’s obsession with ceaseless borrowing from other cultures and social classes.