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Issue #6
Issue #6

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IDEAS:
Reports on a selection of ideas from around the world.

SHORTS:
Four short stories on underwear by Katherine Heiny

ESSAYS:
Short personal essays on the theme of “Out of Control” by Liv Siddall, James Massiah, Graydon Sheppard and Tennessee Thomas

MEETINGS:
We meet with…
Fashion designer, Claire Barrow
Singer, Kilo Kish
Activist & artist, Gloria Steinem & Barbara Nessim
Musician & human rights lawyer, Amber Arcades

SPOTLIGHT:
Anonimo by Floto + Warner

FEATURES:
"Everyday Activism" - We speak to five activists on how we can all make a difference

"Friends" - The social etiquette minefield of making friends when you’re already supposed to have achieved your #squadgoals.

"Me & My Mother" - We invite an interesting group of women to ask their mothers questions they've never asked before

"The Oracle That Is Your Pussy" - Why we should all be listening to our pussies more

"Hip-Hop’s Mom" - We remember the original music mogul, Sylvia Robinson

"Democratise or Die" - How tech is forcing great change in the fashion industry

"Glory Through Suffering" - Cycling and the art of team work

"Janette Beckman’s Fly Girls" - Amazing photographs of Salt N Pepa before they were famous

ICON:
Photographer Giles Duley on his icon, Lee Miller

Specification:
152 pages on gloss and uncoated paper
16 page A5 insert on uncoated paper
Perfect Bound
ISSN 2054-2755

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All pre-orders will be shipped on 10 June 2016

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Riposte Issue #5

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IDEAS:
Reports on a selection of ideas from around the world.


ESSAYS:
Short personal essays on the theme of “I Changed My Mind” by Phoebe Collings-James, Graydon Sheppard, Bertie Brandes and Leanne Cloudsdale

MEETINGS:
We meet with…
Make-up Artist, Isamaya Ffrench
Mexican cooking authority, Diana Kennedy
Writer, Karley Sciortino
Artist, Lakwena Maciver

SPOTLIGHT:
Monique Jacques: Growing Up On the Gaza Strip

FEATURES:
“The Nova Revolution 1965–75” - We celebrate the revolutionary women’s magazine, Nova

“Look Who’s Talking” - The art of speech writing

“In the know” - We speak to the women behind the scenes of the fashion industry

“Collaboration” - We style dancer Maeva Berthelot in the new NikeLab x sacai collection

“The Business of Weddings” - What can an event like the National Wedding Show tell us about the modern bride? 

“Create! Create! Create!” - How to stay creative under pressure

“From Roots to Dancehall” - Beth Lesser’s photography from Jamaica in the 1980s

ICON:
Writer Sheila Heti on her icon, Jane Bowles

Specification:

152 pages on gloss and uncoated paper
16 page A5 insert on uncoated paper
Perfect Bound
ISSN 2054-2755

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All online orders come with a free, limited edition print by Lakwena Maciver whilst stocks last.

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Contents:

IDEAS:
Reports on a selection of inspiring women from around the world.

MEETINGS:
Singer, Eno Williams 
Writer, Susie Bubble  
Curator, Paola Antonelli
International editor of Channel 4 News, Lindsey Hilsum 

SPOTLIGHT: We partner with the Anonymous Sex Journal to bring a series of illustrated stories on desire and fantasy. Warning: These stories are of a highly sexual and explicit nature 

FEATURES: L.A. Ronayne celebrates stunt-woman Zoë Bell and The Sorority of Cinema Badasses, master perfumers take us through the complex balancing act behind creating the perfect scent and we find out the personal tricks of the trade of some seriously wise women.

ESSAYS: Charlotte Philby of Motherland looks at what it means to be a boy in 2015 and whether we're raising them to be the feminists they could be. We decamp to the House of Lords to discuss power: what is it, who holds it and how is it exerted?

ICON: Photographer Ewen Spencer pays tribute to his icon Elaine Constantine.

Specification:

152 pages on gloss and uncoated paper
16 page A5 insert on uncoated paper
Perfect Bound
ISSN 2054-2755

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IDEAS: Reports on a selection of inspiring women including a jewellery designer, trainee astronaut, food designer, beer sommelier and an oceanographer.

MEETINGS: We meet fascinating women such as stylist, Anna Trevelyan; singer, Samantha Urbani; painter, Nathalie Du Pasquier and director of Frieze art fairs, Victoria Siddall.

SPOTLIGHT: 16 page monograph is dedicated to Work Stations, a photographic study of London office life in Thatcher's Britain by Anna Fox. 

FEATURES: We speak to four different couples & individuals about how food plays a part in their relationships, we give it up for the ladies behind the laughs in The Simpsons writers' room and take look at how teenage girls worldwide use social media today.

COLLABORATION: Brazilian designer, Pedro Lourenco is in conversation with the technically brilliant Jamie Lee, Design Director for Women’s Training Apparel at Nike about their recent collaboration on a new collection. 

ESSAYS: There's an essay on how technology will begin to track and interact with our emotions even more in the future and the implications of this, as well as a look at youth subcultures and personal style. 

ICON: Mish Way, front woman of punk band White Lung, selects Stevie Nicks as her icon. 

Specification:

136 pages on gloss and uncoated paper
16 page A5 insert on uncoated paper
Perfect Bound
ISSN 2054-2755

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Riposte Issue #2

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Contents

IDEAS: Reports on ideas from the world of music, food, technology, art and design

MEETINGS: We meet iconic designer Deborah Sussman; writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie; Filmmakers Natalia Leite and Alexandra Roxo of Purple Milk and rapper Lizzo.

SPOTLIGHT: 16 page monograph is dedicated to the poetry of Amy Key with illustrations from Giada Ganassin

FEATURES: We look back at the far out tale of screen printing nun Sister Corita, examine who's making money in the music industry in the digital age and take a trip around Bogota through the eyes of the cities female inhabitants.

ESSAYS: There's an essay on the mind bending world of synthetic biology and a look at the women behind some of the most interesting publishing houses across the Middle East and North Africa.

ICON: Anna Prior, drummer of Metronomy selects Sheila E as her icon to close our second issue. 

Specification

128 pages on gloss and uncoated paper
16 page A5 insert on uncoated paper
Perfect Bound
ISSN 2054-2755

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Riposte Issue #1

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Contents

IDEAS: Reports on ideas from the world of music, food, technology, art and design

MEETINGS: We meet designer Nelly Ben Hayoun; art editor of The New Yorker, Francoise Mouly; lead singer of Best Coast Bethany Cosentino and set designer Es Devlin.

SPOTLIGHT: 16 page monograph dedicated to the influential artist, Linder.

FEATURES: We speak to those who knew the Grande Dame of Charing Cross Road - Claire de Rouen, such as David Bailey, Giles Deacon & Lucy Moore. Flora Wong looks at female music producers and why until recently it has been a hugely male dominated industry and Patternity talk to us about their ambition to make us happier through the power of pattern.

ESSAYS: There's a close look at the women who programme some of the UK's top galleries & institutions and Joy Yoon throws the spotlight on two of the earliest & most influential computer programmers, Ada Lovelace and Grace Hopper.

ICON: Photographer, Shaniqwa Jarvis selects Carrie Mae Weems as her icon.

Specification
128 pages on gloss and uncoated paper
16 page A5 insert on uncoated paper
Perfect Bound
ISSN 2054-2755