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“In a lawless land, we must rebrand, re-establish and reintroduce the beautiful art of etiquette.” – Enitan Bereola II

In today’s society, ‘etiquette’, may seem like a foreign word although it was something only sacred to our grandmothers. However, all is not lost! Thankfully, author, Enitan Bereola II has brought etiquette back to life for the modern woman with his newly released book Gentlewoman: “Etiquette For A Lady, From A Gentleman”.  → Read more

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”custom furnishings helps support retail”

Retail has evolved into more then just the type of fabrics, prints and cuts a person is wearing. The consumer and the buyer are now paying more attention to the overall concept and the details of a stores environment.  Whether it be where the clothes are being hung, the front widow display, where you are able to lounge while in someones store etc.

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“A Circus of Like Minds”

I remember like it was yesterday, the first time I visited the Brooklyn circus store back in 2011. Since then I have built an organic relationship with Ouigi, Gabe, and some members the BKc staff.  We also had the pleasure of showing the guys a bit of what Philly had to offer on a couple of occasions.

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“It Takes a Village to raise a Brand”

At Kings Rule Together we have the saying “there is no greater power than the power of unity“. We don’t just say that because it sounds cool but we feel strongly and act in that manner. We wouldn’t be where we are today without the help of many mentors, friends, family and most importantly our supporters who have shaped us.  This is why we take pride in building relationships with quality people who we can gain strength and knowledge from. However, in order to have this unity and bond, everyone involved must identify with their role for a common goal. Our friend Ouigi of The Brooklyn Circus calls this The Global Village.

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After noticing a post by the artist Latif’ on Instagram I immediately became intrigued by his work. He mainly creates cartoon remakes of celebs.

Since my first ever cartoon like drawing by artist Ivan Ivassi turning myself into a character has been a interest of mines. I also believe that it is easy to turn me into a cartoon because I have signature features that stand out and are easily recognizable such as my hair, beard, glasses and style. This image here is a creation of me as a cartoon character done by artist Latif, check out some more of his work out on instagram (info below).

Cartoon Artist http://instagram.com/_lateeth

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