Aaron Potts on A. Potts I want it to be this tool for connecting with people and building amazing relationships and creating together and then putting that out into the … Read more
Around this time last year, I was sitting with my mom when she asked me if I knew what Juneteenth was. The answer was no, and to be honest I … Read more
A review of Terre & Botanique Organic Hair Products When I was asked to test out sustainable hair products, I had some hesitation. In the black community, we tend to … Read more
Photo by Ivana Cajina on Unsplash Anyone blessed with natural curls is aware that it can sometimes be quite tough to look after them properly. Curls are beautiful but complex … Read more
“Fashion Influencers” Women (re)inventing the future of fashion What is the future of fashion? This is the theme of No Kill Magazine for this year. 2020 rocked the fashion industry … Read more
The Black in Fashion Council (BIFC) was founded in June 2020 by The Cut editor Lindsay Peoples Wagner and Sandrine Charles, a public relations expert. It was started with intention to hold the fashion industry accountable when it comes to inclusivity and diversity.This Fashion Week season, the BFIC and IMG models will host bicoastal showrooms including these 16 designers.
You love fashion, but what about the industry? You’ve heard “fast fashion” is bad and even luxury brands pollute are planet. What’s going on? Learn how the fashion industry works: the good, bad and the ugly by taking any of these free courses and learn how to be a better consumer, creator and citizen.
Is the future of fashion collaborative? we hope so! We tend to consider fashion to be about a single designer even when we know that there are several people behind … Read more
In the last 10 years, the Depop app has become an epicenter for secondhand and vintage shopping. Much like thrifting IRL, finding shops that are size inclusive can be challenging. There are tools within the app that allow users to refine their searches by price, color and size. We recommend starting there. Even with these tools, finding a seller that fits your style can take some time. Lucky you–we’ve done the research and found seven sellers with amazing pieces looking for a home…maybe your home?
Change is coming. In continued efforts to create a truly diverse fashion industry, the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) has teamed up with former model Bethann Hardison to … Read more
<img src=”https://www.nokillmag.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/dominique-drakeford-whitney-mcguire.jpg” alt=”Dominique Drakeford + Whitney McGuire – Talk Sustainable Brooklyn, Putting Yourself First & Divine Interventions” loading=”lazy”/> Dominique Drakeford + Whitney McGuire Talk Sustainable Brooklyn, Putting Yourself First & … Read more
<img src=”https://www.nokillmag.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/1_queerBrownVegan.jpg” alt=”Queer Brown Vegan – An interview with our favorite intersectional, environmental educator on instagram” loading=”lazy”/> Queer Brown Vegan An interview with our favorite intersectional, environmental educator … Read more
An interview with Kimberly McGlonn Founder of fashion label Grant Blvd shares how she is designing radically inclusive pathways through fashion. <img src=”https://www.nokillmag.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/img_618a20b923318.jpg” alt=”Remixed Vintage Top” /> Remixed Vintage Top … Read more
‘When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir’ by Patrisse Khan-Cullors and Asha Bandele When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir’ by Patrisse … Read more
What Next? It’s time for the Great Unlearning with Rachel Cargle The people of this country are in uprising as the death of George Floyd became the tipping point where … Read more
Paria/FARZANEH A/W 2020 Although Paria Farzaneh was raised and lives in London she is of Iranian descent and the influence is seen in her use of traditional prints that were … Read more
Ahluwalia Studio A/W 2020 For A/W 2020 Priya Ahluwalia found inspiration in the curves and colors of ‘60s textile designer Barbara Brown. She used these as a jumping off point … Read more
Bianca Saunders A/W 2020 Bianca Saunders explores identity through her collections. As a menswear designer specifically the male experience, and further, that of her Black Caribbean background. For Autumn/Winter 2020 … Read more
This is Queer Fashion how dapperQ succeeded where Camp failed CAMP: Notes on Fashion, the exhibit at the MET that mined a traditionally queer aspect of culture just closed. I … Read more