What Goes Around Comes Around #2

What Goes Around Comes Around #2, our second zine has just hit the streets. It’s a celebration of all things ginger - from the roots of red hair to the ugly little root that gives Gingerella her kickass flavour.

The stories inside range from Lily Cole, the supermodel slash superwoman on the cover talking about her social enterprise, Impossible, to Simon, one of our co-founder’s speed date with Sri Lanka, plus an excerpt from an autobiography of John Lydon née Rotten - lead singer of The Sex Pistols and historically Britian's angriest young ginga, and an interview with Thomas Knights, a London photographer who is singlehandedly smashing ginger stereotypes with his exhibition Red Hot.

Look out for it in cafes, steal it, pass it on. Every time somebody enjoys a bottle of Gingerella, Fairtrade farmers in Sri Lanka and India enjoy a bit more support. What goes around comes around.  
The Spice Girls

The Spice Girls

Our cofounder Simon Coley goes on a speed date with Sri Lanka, visits a tooth and gets a lesson in horticultural history, in our Gingerella Zine, What Goes Around Comes Around

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the story of 
Jonny Rotten

This is 
the story of 
Jonny Rotten

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