In a move that has sent ripples through the fashion industry, renowned entrepreneur Tanima Dey has announced the launch of her first direct-to-consumer (D2C) brand, Quesla.
The highly anticipated brand is set to make its debut this December, offering a unique blend of anime and streetwear clothing.
Quesla brand seeks to establish a connection with Gen Z
With a focus on unisex designs, the brand seeks to establish a connection with Gen Z by providing trendy and high-quality anime-inspired clothing. Tanima Dey, the founder of Quesla, expressed her excitement about the upcoming launch and the opportunity to cater to the fashion needs of young anime fans.
The brand aspires to become a leading name in the industry
Anime designs have gained immense popularity among teenagers, becoming a prominent choice for stylish clothing. Quesla plans to collaborate with various factories to source premium anime clothing that will satisfy the fashion cravings of anime enthusiasts. The brand aspires to become a leading name in the industry, featuring a wide range of trending and unique anime art.
Quesla is the brainchild of Tanima Dey, who has a lot of experience working online with multiple aggregators. She believes it is a well-thought-out decision given the presently emerging direct-to-consumer space.
Tanima Dey heading towards success
The launch of Quesla marks a significant milestone in Tanima Dey’s entrepreneurial journey, and industry insiders are eagerly awaiting the brand’s debut this December. As the fashion world evolves, Quesla’s fusion of anime and streetwear is set to capture the hearts of anime enthusiasts and redefine the fashion landscape for Gen Z.