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Akomplice Clothing launches Protect Species today

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The dynamic duo of Patrick and Mike Liberty, owners/designers of Akomplice Clothing, have teamed up with the Nature Conservancy to create a line of socially conscious streetwear. "Our partnership with the Nature Conservancy is right in line with our goal to deliver a socially conscious approach to streetwear," says Patrick.

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The Nature Conservancy plays host to several endangered spices, protecting more than 119 million acres of land and thousands of miles of rivers. The brothers behind Akomplice have captured the essence of the organization's work with a T-shirt collection called the Protect Species. Animals on the T-shirts -- the cheetah, flamingo and lion -- were chosen to represent and remind us of the earth's limited resources.

The collection is launching today, November 8, and 10 percent of the sales will be donated to Nature Conservancy. Protect Species T-shirts can be purchased at Akomplice Clothing.com. Here's a look at what you'll find there:


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