Riposte Magazine Issue 13 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. After a long Covid-enforced hiatus we’re ecstatic to be back with issue #13, dedicated to the theme of “Care” – because we could all do with some after the past 18+ months of chaos.
Riposte magazine is a smart publication for women. Each issue features five ideas, four meetings, three features, two essays and one icon. We profile bold and fascinating women whose achievements speak for themselves. All of the interviews of Riposte Magazine are honest rather than being full of media trained responses as the women we feature candidly discuss their successes & failures, their work, their passions and perspectives. Essays and features cover a broader range of issues than the regular fashion or celebrity focus of women’s magazines–these include art, design, music, business, innovation, politics, food and travel.
- In our meetings section, we discuss sustainability, environmental justice and the importance of spiritual healing with Céline Semaan, founder of 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 all re-evaluate the STUFF we buy and ultimately throw away.
- Artist Cassi Namoda reflects on the power of saying no, creating strong boundaries and 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 gets into why good sex is more than a question of consent.
- We break with the insanely fabulous Family Photos of the South Korean duo, Glamour Shot and then carry onto the features that cover…
- Room To Heal – We meet a community of refugees who find solace in gardening.
- I Hate It Here – What’s the alternative to the hellscape that is currently social media.
- The Politics Of Interdependence – What would it look like if we all cared a little bit more?
- Champion – A visual feature on the women of a wrestling camp in India.
- We partner with Uniqlo to bring you a special Riposte Edit of their LifeWear magazine.
- Togetherness – Alexandra Leese explores and flips the socially constructed codes projected onto Asian women’s bodies.
- Doing The Work – Can a business ever really care for its workers?
- Body Of Our Own – Meet the hijra community who won’t dim their light for anyone.
- Holding Space – Why we should care about the language of care.
- Closing the issue, racial equality and climate campaigner Mya-Rose Craig, tell us why Liz Bonnin is her icon.
172 pages on gloss and uncoated paper / Perfect Bound