This month Fashion Revolution - a non-profit organisation campaigning for systematic reform of the fashion industry, launched their first zine Money Fashion Power. The zine looks to explore the hidden stories behind clothing, what the price you pay for fashion means, and how your purchasing power can make a positive difference.
Chrissie's piece is joined by over 70 pages of poetry, illustration, photography, graphic design and editorial pieces. The zine was crowdfunded and is available to pre-order now, with all proceeds going to the organisation.
Fashion Revolution was started up after the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh in 2013, in which 1134 people were killed. They staged the first Fashion Revolution Week in 2016, which will return from 24–30 April this year.