Versace

GARAGE Magazine Issue 15

Artist Ann Agee Gives Fall’s Finest Footwear the Ceramic Treatment

In sculptor Ann Agee’s kiln, the fashion world’s obsession with footwear meets the art world’s fresh lust for ceramics. Photographed by Therese Aldgard. Fashion Editor: Gabriella Karefa-Johnson.
GARAGE Magazine
9.4.18
right now

Should We Dress Like Kanye West, or Kim Kardashian?

In “Violent Crimes,” Kanye says he hopes his daughter dresses more like him than Kim. But what about Kim’s Vetements moment at the White House?
Rachel Tashjian
6.1.18
Met Gala

We're Pretty Sure SZA's Met Gala Look Was Inspired by Blue Ivy

The eldest Carter child may not have attended Monday's Met Gala, but her holy spirit was living through SZA.
Sandra Griffiths
5.9.18
Television

"The Assassination of Gianni Versace" Was a Rejection of Glamour

"American Crime Story" wasn't about Versace, fame, or fashion at all. It was about something much darker.
Philippa Snow
3.28.18
Television

What Donald Trump and Versace’s Killer Have in Common

Trump’s father once told him, “You are a killer...You are a king.”
Philippa Snow
3.20.18
Magazine

A Versace Fable by Ottessa Moshfegh

Ottessa Moshfegh’s story “A Humble Home,” commissioned for GARAGE No. 14, takes cues from the catalogue for Sotheby’s 2001 auction of the designer’s opulent Miami mansion.
Ottessa Moshfegh
2.23.18
Television

What Did Versace's Lifestyle Provoke In His Killer?

This week, an ugly exploration of individual, internalized and institutionalized homophobia hints at what may have unsettled Andrew Cunanan about Gianni Versace, the show's only happy character.
Philippa Snow
2.20.18
Television

Versace’s Killer Was a Male Inversion of the Femme Fatale

Episode four ensures we’ll never forget Andrew Cunanan’s first time—killing.
Philippa Snow
2.13.18
Television

The Assassination of Gianni Versace: More People Are Dead But the American Dream is Still Alive

Andrew Cunanan takes a killer's stepping-stone to full psychosis (with an amazing appearance by Judith Light).
Philippa Snow
2.5.18
The Golden Age of Television

The Assassination of Gianni Versace: The Next Best Thing to Being a Star is Killing One

In episode two of American Crime Story, Versace contracts AIDS, and the series wallows deep in its own sense of kitsch.
Philippa Snow
1.29.18
Fashion

The Grammys Showed Why Musicians Are Fashion’s Real Power Players

The fashion at the Grammys was a lively contrast to the average Hollywood red carpet, showing how musicians are the ones who show us how to communicate with clothes.
Rachel Tashjian
1.29.18
The Golden Age of Television

American Camp Story: Did Versace’s Murderer Really Kill That Dove, Too?

In our first recap of "American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace," Philippa Snow questions whether that poetic dove was really assassinated alongside the designer.
Philippa Snow
1.21.18