Got a friend that you want to persuade to consider earth friendly options but they just love their skin-tight elastane suits and leather shoes a little too much? We’ve got … Read more
Here at No Kill, we cover what excites us. And while we’re not Hypebeast, every once in a while a “must have” sneaker comes along that’s worth our while, and … Read more
Looking for a bodysuit that can actually make you feel better in your own skin? Rosie Broadhead, designer – textile scientist, may have the ultimate solution. She designs a line … Read more
Fashion is getting more and more innovative, and Anderson’s Loewe menswear 2023 undoubtedly is an example of that. On the Metaverse runway, viewers saw living greenery – chia plants and … Read more
POV: New York Fashion Week is over when we say it’s over. New York Fashion Week may have come and gone, but obviously we’re still talking about it. One of … Read more
In a true art meets science scenario, designers are teaming up with engineers and biochemists to drive the innovations we’re seeing in the textile game these days. The laboratory is the new atelier, the room where the magic (actually basic chemistry but to a non-science person like me it seems like magic) happens, the place where clothes get made – on every level.
Parsons Textile MFA students collaborated with ECONYL to push the boundaries of materiality. We all know that when it comes to fashion and sustainability less is more. Less resources used. … Read more
At No Kill Mag, we are constantly looking for upcoming trends in fashion and sustainability. From electroactive fabrics to laser cut dresses there is always something new to discover. And … Read more