pass the spotlight: feat. 1

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 first PTS partners


The Rad Black Kids

@theradblackkids

The Rad Black Kids was established in 2014 on a mission to bring representation to sport.

Each garment tells the story of the founder’s home country in Zimbabwe, and reflects stories of Africans in the diaspora.

All of their products are made in Portugal with a focus on sustainability and reducing carbon emissions.

Treasure the Funk

@treasurethefunk

Treasure the funk is a brand that stands for challenging adversity, being bold, and being brave. It’s an attitude, and an expression of what fashion ought to be.

Every piece is designed to be unique and unconventional. Go against the same, and the plain. 

Hawt Nailz

@hawt.nails

Hawt Nailz out of Downtown LA has the sickest re-usable press on nails out there.

They come in set of 20.. no sizing needed & a variety of bold designs you’ve never seen anywhere else.

As their motto says, whenever you’re pressed for time… put on your hawt nailz & takeover the world!

Jouska

@jouskacosmetics

JOUSKA Cosmetics was established in Bedfordshire UK by two sisters wnating more from the world of makeup.

The brand is passionate about empowering people to express themselves with bold, glamorous & colorful cosmetics.

JOUSKA is made with love and no boundaries.

Peep our profile of the founder Sarah here

Our Donation Partners

Each quarter we work with our brand partners to select an organization that is uplifting and empowering the black community.

This quarter 100% of the profits will be donated to:

Clean Up South Central

Clean up south central is a non-profit catered to the betterment of communities through street clean ups and community service.

Read more about them and support their cause here:

www.cleanupsouthcentral.org