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Agenda Festival- Long Beach, CA

  It’s that time of the year again… festival season! What is better than listening to great music, devouring delicious food, and hanging out with rad people? Checking out Kingdom clothing while you’re at it.  We are excited to announce that we will be bringing our fresh clothes to the Agenda Festival in Long Beach, CA on Saturday July 15th. Agenda Festival uniquely introduces shopping tents to an event with local foods and live music. The pop-up shops include influential “skate, surf, streetwear, and lifestyle” brands, which Kingdom is honored to be included in.  While checking out the merchandise, you can enjoy live music including Lil Dicky, Tyler, the Creator, Ludacris, and Beat Junkies, just to name a few. To...

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Meet the Travel-Bug-Bitten Photographer Shannon Wild

Shannon Wild, coincidentally to her last name, is a wildlife photographer and enthusiast. Not only does she get up close and personal with dangerous creatures from all over the world, but integrates herself into surrounding societies quite different from ours here in America. She is passionate about animal welfare, as we are at Kingdom, and wants to share it with the world. She took the time out of her constant travels to answer some questions for us.   Kingdom: Tell us a little bit about yourself… Shannon Wild: I’m an Aussie now based out of South Africa, but working internationally. I’ve always been fascinated and passionate about animals since I was small.  I was a volunteer wildlife career in Australia...

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On the Hunt for Horns

On March 7, 2017 poachers broke into the Thoiry zoo in France, killing a white rhinoceros and sawing off his horn. The coveted rhino horn most likely made it onto the black market and sold for up to $54,000 dollars a kilogram. The horn of a rhinoceros is a hot commodity in regular and black markets. According to National Geographic, it is the world’s most valuable appendage in an exotic marketplace along with elephant ivory, tiger penises and giraffe tails. Their horns are made of keratin, a protein similar to the makeup of human nails. A rhino’s horn is believed to have specific medicinal properties and is most commonly used as an aphrodisiac; it is ground and ingested to treat...

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Wildlife Photography Spotlight: Shannon Wild

With the major crisis that are afoot within the wildlife community, Kingdom always takes note of those who find the silver lining and express their passion for animals through the lens. For the last 12 years Shannon Wild has worked as a wildlife photographer and more recently cinematographer for clients such as National Geographic, WildAid, Africa Geographic as well as retail brands such as Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci. We got a chance to interrupt her busy schedule and receive some of her best work. With the major crisis that are afoot within the wildlife community, Kingdom always takes note of those who find the silver lining and express their passion for animals through the lens. For the last 12 years Shannon Wild has worked as...

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