Tamsin Blanchard is a journalist who writes about fashion – particularly better ways to make and buy clothes. She works on special projects for Fashion Revolution and curates the Fashion Open Studio initiative designed to shine the spotlight on designers finding better ways of making fashion. Since leaving the Telegraph Magazine to work freelance, she has contributed to a range of publications including the Guardian, the Observer Magazine, Observer New Review, Tank, 10 magazine, The Pool, Vogue online, and Disegno. She is editor-at-large for Hole & Corner.  She also teaches fashion journalism at Central Saint Martins. 

Tamsin has written several books, including Fashion & Graphics (Laurence King, 2001) and Green is the New Black, (Hodder, 2004). She also co-founded 'it', a fashion/art/graphics 'book-a-zine' with Sophia Neophitou-Apostolou and Gary Cochran in 1998. 

Tamsin is part of the Global Coordination Team for Fashion Revolution which was launched in 2013 after the Rana Plaza Factory disaster.