GARAGE magazine's new Issue No. 11 will be hitting newsstands tomorrow, as Willow Smith has been tapped to grace the cover of the publication.

For their latest interactive installment, GARAGE has partnered with Snapchat to showcase Willow transforming before your very eyes. Highlighted on the GARAGE mag app, Willow can be seen growing a third eye.

All you have to do is download the GARAGE mag app, as well as Snapchat, then use the GARAGE app to scan the cover to see Willow transform with the "New Age" filter she created. Finally, use Snapchat to scan the Snapchat ghost on the cover to then unlock the lens and transform yourself with the "New Age" filter.

In addition to the being the first Snapchat lens and print fashion magazine collaboration, Issue No. 11 also doubles as the debut of "Be Cool Be Nice," a social platform dedicated to combating cyber bullying.

Willow was also recently selected to be the face of Chanel's new eyewear campaign.

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