“By the 1990s, then, almost the entire world had adopted the fundamental elements of a market economy, including private ownership at the core of economy, a currency convertible for international trade, shared standards for commercial transactions (for example as codified in the agreements of more than 120 country members of the World Trade Organization), and market-based transactions for the bulk of the productive sectors of the economy.”
By: Carter Mull
Special Thanks To: Crimson Ivy, Sina Homayun Natasha LilliporeNik NovaNick Ottaviano, Alanna Pearl, & Robyn Troup

From Sex Magazine #4 Summer 2013
Labelled Fashion