No Kill Magazine is about culture with a conscience and fashion for a future. We believe in role models as models and
ending the elevation of empty celebrity.

And a little more…

We’re not here to sell you anything. We’re not going to give you a life hack. We will not be updating you on celebrity gossip.

We think we live in a world that has slowly been killing our humanity. Through toxic chemicals in our waters to toxic messages on social media. We also think that this toxicity is not all there is and the immediate death of our species is not inevitable. So we’ve decided to create an online magazine in the “fashion + lifestyle” space that reflects our values. ALWAYS. We value inclusivity, conscious consumption and consuming less in general. We also value fun, frivolity and fabulous looks. And we don’t think these ideas are mutually exclusive.

So many of us feel overwhelmed by the world, so we asked ourselves what we could do to change this. And the answer we came up with was to find our own role models and inspirations and share them with you. And in turn invite you to share with us.

We'll be sharing with you amazing sustainable designers you'll want to know about, how to re-think what you already own, and interviews with young activists and cultural producers who are not simply giving up and giving in but -forgive the cliché- being the change they want to see.

 And we will do this imperfectly. We're not holier than thou or casting judgements on others. We think there's a lot out there that is Beautiful. Outrageous. Joyful. Innovative. Exciting AND good for the planet. And that's what you'll find in here.

-Katya Moorman, Editor

If you really know nothing about the issues around sustainable fashion a good place to start learning (other than just reading No Kill!) would be here and here.


Interested in contributing?
We are always interested in talented creatives contributing to No Kill. Please use our contact form to get in touch with us. If they are fashion editorial photos or thesis collections please note they must have a core of sustainability. (upcycled, thrifted, sustainable fabric choices etc)