210 x 280 mm, 140 pages
Paris, France (French and English-language)
First published 2020
Founder: Clarence Edgard-Rosa
Art director: Juliette Gabolde
Bilingual, Parisian magazine Gaze explores 'the intimate, cultural and political issues of womanhood.' Featuring 'intimate storytelling, immersive reporting, and a ton of photography', Gaze puts inclusion at the forefront of its (aesthetically-pleasing) content.
In this issue: Canadian writer Nancy Huston and author and sex worker Bebe Melkor- Kadior, Kathleen Hanna, who led the riot grrrl punk movement in the 1990s, and the stories of older lesbian couples with Laurène Daycard and more...