Archive for the ‘Philadelphia’ Category
“These men wear their beards proudly and with no apologies“
In this day and age, a mans beard is more than just facial hair; it’s an accessory turned lifestyle craze. The people of Philadelphia are proud and have a very distinguished character, and one of the most prominent looks amongst many men in Philadelphia is the beard. The beard for many represents respect, masculinity, and wisdom, as well as it can reflect someone’s spirituality and religion. Here in Philadelphia, men wearing beards encompass all of those traits and it has begun to spread into other facets of men’s lifestyle. Many people who visit Philadelphia take notice to the large number of men with beards and it can be argued that Philadelphia has helped to foster the trend of men with beards in fashion. To discuss the impact of the beard on men’s style, We have gathered a collection of gentlemen ranging from poets, musicians, designers, and artists to help breakdown this phenomenon. We call them The Bearded Bunch.
Fashion and basketball are some of the leading trends in the urban community, so why not create something special for the two to coexist? Every year, Kings Rule Together hosts a ‘Tees Vs. Tanks’ brand basketball tournament for both established and upcoming brands. This event is not only a great networking outlet, but also creates an opportunity for the brands to showcase their craft in a competitive yet friendly environment- the basketball court.
” Three times a charm”
Kings Rule Together is proud to announce that we will be hosting our 3rd Annual Tees vs Tanks 3×3 Basketball Tournament on June 21st. The legacy continues at Parkside Evans Playground located at 53rd and Parkside in West Philadelphia from 12pm-4pm.
“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.