“Making fanzines was something we had always wanted to do, so when the occasion arose we jumped at it wholeheartedly. For a creative campaign such as ours, the medium is ideal as it can convey complicated messages in a visual way, without taking anything away from the rigour of the conversation. Each zine has its own identity which also to me reiterates how the multiple issues we tackle are so different, and have a different set of solutions.
Zine 1: Money Fashion Power was kind of a spin off of a teen fashion publication, while Zine 2: Loved Clothes Last was conceived to be a real compendium of ideas. Zine 3: Fashion Environment Change was entirely student led and out next is; Fashion Craft Revolution focusing on the role of crafts in our society.”
Orsola De Castro, Creative Director and Co-Founder.