Gaze is an independant magazine celebrating the female gaze through personal storytelling, immersive reporting and a great deal of photography.
In this issue:
In this new issue, discover our special dedicated to the figure of the bimbo. This used and abused archetype, too often employed to put down women who play the game of femininity a little too well, has recently been proudly brought back into use by women who are reappropriating the term to assert themselves, navigate the restrictions imposed upon them and take back the power of their image. The table of contents is here!
Art - Culture & Lifestyle
Astrophe, Issue 5
Astrophe is expanding what we see as the limited representation of diversity within the print media landscape. We celebrate beauty, talent and creativity in every shape, colour, gender and sexuality. We believe in the beauty of diversity and are driven to celebrate the work, stories and images of our featured artists with the goal of […]225 SEK
Homme Girls, Issue 09
If HommeGirls has a muse, high on our list is the singer/poet/artist Patti Smith. Think of her on the cover of her 1975 album Horses, photographed by her then boyfriend Robert Mapplethorpe in a white shirt from the Salvation Army, her black jacket slung over one shoulder .235 SEK
Art - Fashion
Twin, Issue 29 (Claudia)
Twin is a biannual art, fashion and feminism book. Founded on the eve of a new decade, Twin is the brainchild of ex-Lula magazine creative director Becky Smith, and a handpicked…..285 SEK
Girls Like Us, Issue 14
Girls Like Us is an independent magazine turning the spotlight on an international expanding community of women from all genders, within arts, culture and activism…..195 SEK