Category Archives: Event

Night of 100 Stars, 1982

Who’s Who of America’s fashion talent worn by the era’s most illustrious celebrities.

“Other People” Screening at Jack Chiles

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Garmento Presents: Andre Walker’s “Other People”


“That show is everything that I love, everything that represents me. And it’s still crisp, it’s still hot. It doesn’t look dated. You can actually see some of these looks sold today.”

- Andre Walker in Garmento Issue 3

To celebrate the release of its third issue, Garmento invites you to a special screening of Andre Walker’s Fall/Winter 1999-2000 runway presentation titled “Other People.” Staged at Purple Institute and featuring only 12 looks, this extremely rare video footage offers a special look at the designer’s creative manifesto during his second tour in Paris. Designed and presented when fashion was at an impasse; a time when the edicts of ‘90s minimalism were under attack and a slew of upstart talents had begun to forge a new discourse, the show exists as an incredible record of the designer’s expression that, considering the ambiguous future fashion faces today, is as revelatory now as it was 14 years ago. “Other People” along with a selection of videos from throughout Walker’s career will be screened at 6:00 pm and again at 6:30 pm. Complimentary copies of Garmento Issue 3 will be available at the screening.

Saturday, November 2nd  5:00 – 8:00 pm

Jack Chiles, 481 Broadway, 4th Floor

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Series Finale



Tim Coppens at MAD


Thursday, the 25th


This event is free and open to the public. Due to limited seating it is strongly advised to arrive early. 

Thursday Evening…


This event is free and open to the public. Due to limited seating it is strongly advised to arrive early. 

Garmento presents: Conversations in American Menswear


photographs by Alex John Beck, all rights reserved.

Never before has menswear been so developed or diverse as it is today. Traditionally conservative and slow to change, international menswear design has grown exponentially in the last 15 years, rivaling its women’s counterpart in conviction if not in creativity. This has not gone unnoticed in New York City as a new crop of designers submit their own take on contemporary men’s dress.

In an effort to open a dialogue about what these new paradigms might be Garmento zine presents “Coversations in American Menswear,” a radio-style interview series held at the Museum of Arts and Design. For four nights Garmento founder and editor Jeremy Lewis will engage four of New York’s most intriguing and compelling designers to find out what it is that makes them tick. While each of the designers live, design, and have shown their work in New York, none of them are American-born. As the series investigates new discourses in American menswear, it will also attempt to find out who the new “American man” actually is.

Siki Im – April 11, 7:00 pm

Antonio Azzuolo – April 25, 7:00 om

Tim Coppens – May 9, 7:30 pm

Patrik Ervell – May 23, 7:00 pm

All talks will be held in the second floor galleries of the museum and are free to the public. The Museum of Arts and Design is located at 2 Columbus Circle New York, New York, NY 10019

“Conversations in American Menswear” is a part of MAD’s After the Museum: The Home Front 2013. For the complete schedule of events and exhibitions please visit:


NY Art Book Fair, 2012

Tomorrow kicks off Printed Matter’s annual NY Art Book Fair. Garmento won’t be participating this year but copies of the 1st and 2nd issue will be for sale at the PIN- UP  magazine table. If you’re in town, be sure to come by and see the fair!

Utopia, 2001

 “This show was about what the word ‘utopia’ means. It was an imaginary world where everybody lives in harmony. And all the cultures melt together. It was really about trying to create this perfect world. Also in clothing, the tailoring, the precision, the purity of everything. But I always kind of try to go with the reality of what I see. Thirty-six hours later were the attacks of September 11th.”

-Miguel Adrover, Encens Magazine

Video courtesy of Matthew Ames