Riposte magazine issue #6 – DAMAGE Playground
Riposte magazine issue #6
Riposte magazine issue #6
Riposte magazine issue #6
Riposte magazine issue #6
Riposte magazine issue #6
Riposte magazine issue #6
Riposte magazine issue #6
Riposte magazine issue #6
Riposte magazine issue #6
Riposte magazine issue #6
Riposte magazine issue #6

Riposte magazine issue #6

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pre-order: to be released June 2016

Riposte issue 6 featuring:

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DEAS:
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 pussy's 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

152 pages on gloss and uncoated paper 16 page A5 insert on uncoated paper Riposte was launched in 2013 by Danielle Pender, a curator at KK Outlet, who had grown frustrated with the limited content in women's glossy magazines. “I found I was buying a lot of art/design magazines and more male orientated titles as the breadth of their content was more interesting. I felt like there was a need for a women’s magazine which featured fascinating women and a broader range of topics,” Published twice yearly, the magazine covers visual arts, design, music, film and tech, and each issue presents five ideas, four meetings, three features, two essays and one icon piece.