Marine Serre’s Rising Shelter

To Love is to Repair When we love, we repair. Torn relationships. Damaged trust. Worn out assumptions. There’s many ways to unpack this. And while Marine Serre’s show displayed more … Read more

sustainable asian brands

Spotlight On Asian Sustainable Brands

The progression towards sustainable fashion now traverses across every corner of the earth as more labels and the industry at large collectively strives for working conditions and eco-conscious regulations that … Read more

Rosina Mae Sustainable Swimwear

One to Watch: Rosina Mae

Rosina~Mae takes you from the beach, to the street, to the party. We’ve been a fan of Rosie for awhile here at No Kill Mag so were thrilled when she … Read more

MADE x PayPal

As the first COVID19 epicentre in the US, a lot of people worried the pandemic’s impacts would have long-lasting effects on New York City’s lifeblood and culture – that the electric energy that makes New York New York would be difficult to reclaim. But as the city has opened up again, we’re relieved to find that the defeatists’ doubts were in vain. What makes New York what it is is the the people doing the things. This year’s MADE NYC is confirmation that the city is as magical as it ever was.

Blooming | Spring Editorial

Spring is in the air. Inspired by nature and the Romantic poet William Wordsworth we’ve created a slow fashion editorial.

Tara Babylon

One to Watch: Tara Babylon

TLDR: Tara Babylon is a British-Iraqi sustainable fashion designer & performance artist based in New York. She is an alumni of CSM, Parsons MFA and holds scholarships and prestigious awards … Read more

One to Watch: Emma Gage of MELKE

“Honestly, sustainability is tough. It’s a lot of work, but we promise to always try our best, to never cut any corners, and to be fully transparent.[…] Things won’t be … Read more