Tamsin Blanchard

Writer

Tamsin Blanchard is a London-based journalist, and a long term advocate of a fairer, cleaner fashion industry. Blanchard is a member of Fashion Revolution's Global Coordination Team and is the curator of Fashion Open Studio which showcases the work of designers who are finding solutions to the industry's many social and environmental challenges.

She is currently editor of Hole & Corner Magazine and continues to contribute to publications including the Guardian, the Observer, Vogue, 10 Magazine and The Gentlewoman. Her previous roles have included fashion features director at the Telegraph Magazine; style editor, the Observer; fashion features director, Tank; fashion editor, the Independent.

Blanchard has taught fashion journalism at Central Saint Martins and has written several books including Green is the New Black: How to change the world in style. Her latest book 100 Women, 100 Styles: The Women who Changed the Way we Look is published by Laurence King 

Tamsin Blanchard is a London-based journalist, and a long term advocate of a fairer, cleaner fashion industry. Blanchard is a member of Fashion Revolution's Global Coordination Team and is the curator of Fashion Open Studio which showcases the work of designers who are finding solutions to the industry's many social and environmental challenges.

She is currently editor of Hole & Corner Magazine and continues to contribute to publications including the Guardian, the Observer, Vogue, 10 Magazine and The Gentlewoman. Her previous roles have included fashion features director at the Telegraph Magazine; style editor, the Observer; fashion features director, Tank; fashion editor, the Independent.

Blanchard has taught fashion journalism at Central Saint Martins and has written several books including Green is the New Black: How to change the world in style. Her latest book 100 Women, 100 Styles: The Women who Changed the Way we Look is published by Laurence King