Riposte - a smart magazine for woman is a magazine that, with a less glossy and more honest approach than usual, outlines the profile of daring and fascinating women, describing their successes, but also their failures.
Essays and interviews cover a wide range of topics including art, design, music, economics, innovation, politics, food and travel, and each content is specially commissioned for the magazine.
Dimensions: 19.5 x 27 cm
Number of pages: 166
After a long break imposed by Covid, Riposte magazine returns with a magazine dedicated to the theme of "Cure", because we could all have some after the last 18+ months of chaos.
In the meetings section, we discuss sustainability, environmental justice, spiritual healing with Céline Semaan, founder of the Slow Factory Foundation.
We meet designer Nicole McLaughlin in her New York studio to explore how her practice of turning trash into treasure is making us re-evaluate the things we buy and eventually throw away.
Artist Cassi Namoda reflects on the power of saying no, on creating strong boundaries and on the importance of embracing the duality of life.
Academic and writer Katherine Angel talks to us about her book, Tomorrow Sex Will Be Good Again and explains why good sex is more than a question of consent.
The fabulous family photos of the South Korean duo Glamor Shot that hide something.
Room To Heal - We meet a refugee community who find solace in gardening.
I Hate It Here - What is the alternative to hell that the world of social media currently is.
The politics of interdependence - What would it be like if we all cared a little bit more?
Champion - A photo report on the women of a wrestling camp in India.
We partner with Uniqlo to bring you a special Riposte Edit of their LifeWear magazine.
Together - Alexandra Leese explores and overturns the socially constructed codes projected onto the bodies of Asian women.
Work - Can a company really take care of its employees?
Body Of Our Own - Let's meet the hijra community.
Holding Space - Why should we care about the language of care.