Pass The Spotlight is our commitment to amplify voices of change and promote diversity & inclusion. We’ve committed to buying $1 million of product to support and empower Black-owned business.
Every quarter, we partner with these brands to showcase and sell their products on Dolls Kill, and we donate 100% of the profits from this program to community organizations of their choice.
meet our newest PTS partners
Founded in 2017, MBM swim is designed by Marcia B Maxwell. Self taught, Marcia wanted to combine her love for structured silhouettes and clean lines with her love for swimwear.
Maxwell looks at her designs from a unique perspective and is not afraid to add elements of structure and function that isn’t traditionally found in swimwear creating the perfect mix of elegant, chic and sexy.
Founded in 2016 by Monti Landers, RIOT SWIM aims to be equal parts sexy & flattering. RIOT is beloved for it’s luxe meets minimalist vibe.
Their buttery, soft fabrics and clean finishing flatter any shape and the brand’s ultra sexy silhouettes make you stand out and feel your most confident.
KYŌKO is a London based contemporary fashion brand created by Carla Cushnie.
The brand is born from the desire to explore dressing as second skin staples, highlighting natural skin tones with earthy shades transcending seasonal trends with style that’s defined by both sophistication and simplicity.
Our Donation Partners
Each quarter we work with our brand partners to select an organization that is uplifting and empowering the black & marginalized communities.
This quarter 100% of the profits will be donated to:
Stop AAPI Hate
The AAPI coalition was started In response to the escalation in xenophobia and bigotry during the COVID-19 pandemic to track and respond to incidents of hate, violence, harassment & discrimination against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the US.
Their approach recognizes that in order to effectively address anti-Asian racism we must work to end all forms of structural racism leveled at Black, Indigenous, and other communities of color.
Read more about them and support their cause here: