pass the spotlight feat. 2

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

Cross Colours


Clothing without prejudice since 1989, Cross Colours embodies unity as the power of influence through bold design & graphics.

Their goal is to bring representation to Black culture – from the models to the styling to the colors featured in their clothes.

Proper Gnar


Proper Gnar is the first black female-owned skate company in the business. It’s banishing stereotypes and orchestrating a new dawn in skateboarding

Proper Gnar’s mission is to nurture a true sisterhood at the skate park. They aim to empower, uplift, inspire, and showcase women – especially women of color – to jump onboard and skate.

Danessa Myricks


In a world focused on labels, Danessa Myricks has always broken boundaries and built a world of beauty for people from all races, ages and genders.
As a self-taught makeup artist, Danessa learned to use products in unconventional ways to create stunning looks.

Her brand Danessa Myricks Beauty allows everyone to discover an inclusive world of beauty with no boundaries & 100% cruelty free.

Classic Jasmine


Classic Jasmine specializes in human and synthetic hair extensions.

The brand aims to help women look their best and inspire confidence each day and

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:

Black Sex Worker’s Collective

The Black Sex Worker Collective (BSWC) seeks to address the needs of current and former Black sex workers. They provide education, legal assistance, healthcare resources, and affordable housing referrals to aid Black sex workers in successfully leaving and maintaining a life outside of the industry.