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THE ALL-NEW “QUANCIOUS X CARTOON NETWORK” COLLECTION CELEBRATES EVERYONE’S FAVOURITE TOONS

A range of fashionable apparel - inspired by The Powerpuff Girls, We Bare Bears, Johnny Bravo

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Mumbai: Wear your love for Cartoon Network’s coolest toons on your sleeve, quite literally!

Cartoon Network India, in collaboration with Quancious, an eco-friendly apparel brand, has launched a unique capsule collection for the eco-conscious fashionista. Weaving pop-culture prints inspired by contemporary and classic Cartoon Network toons, along with eco-friendly fabrics, this range is a wardrobe must-have. The collection includes designs inspired by well-known characters from shows including The Powerpuff Girls, We Bare Bears, Johnny Bravo and Dexter’s Laboratory.

Combining style with an ethos of sustainability, this one-of-a-kind assortment of Cartoon Network-inspired designs that includes sarees, capes, waistcoats, jackets, tees and tops, tee dresses, shirts, leggings, pyjama pants, pyjama shorts, tote bags and neckties.

Commenting on the partnership, Vikram Sharma, Vice President of Cartoon Network Enterprises – Asia Pacific, said, “Cartoon Network has a unique legacy of timeless toons and contemporary characters that all fans love. With this partnership with Quancious, there’s something for everyone, especially those who appreciate a sense of a fun in the clothes they wear.”

Commenting on the launch, Vipin Sethi, Co-founder – Quancious, added, “We are glad that we have created something that breaks the clutter in the fashion and apparel space. We foresee the Cartoon Network-inspired designs to strike a chord and become a rage. Now, there’s no age bar to showcase love for your favourite characters.”

Fans can choose from the impressive array of Cartoon Network fashionwear now available at Quancious, INR 499 onwards, along with other e-commerce websites such as Amazon, Flipkart, Myntra and Tata Cliq.
 

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