Alec Kesheshian Revolutionizes the Fashion Industry With God’s Dream

MELROSE AVENUE, CA / ACCESSWIRE / December 3, 2020 / Brilliant ideas and remarkable vision are brought to life when they are sparked with passion, dedication, and grit. No matter how skilled and talented an individual is, the ultimate realization of a dream will always boil down to determination, drive, and discipline. And as someone who believes in the value of hard work and perseverance, Alec Keshishian, the esteemed founder of God’s Dream, shares with the world how he was able to reach the summits of success through his diligent efforts.

Although he has already made his mark on the industry, Alec Keshishian would always look back on his stark beginnings to remind himself of his mission, igniting creativity and promoting individuality. And for this reason, his clothing line is all about celebrating uniqueness and stirring confidence. With designs that speak volumes about his vision, God’s Dream is making significant strides towards the forefront of the fashion industry.

Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, the world had to impose health guidelines and take serious precautions. But before the pandemic resulted in international travel bans, Alec Kesheshian decided to unwind and take a trip to the Amalfi Coast and bask in its glory. He initially planned this escapade to experience the tight-knit nightlife and break away from his Bel Air roots. However, he stumbled upon something more valuable than peace and relaxation. Because of this trip, the visionary found the inspiration to build a high-quality fashion line.

According to Alec Keshishian, it was impactful and empowering to walk on the grounds where some of the most celebrated fashion houses in the world originated. With the time he spent in Milan, he found himself sampling premium fabrics and creating design flats for his production company. He then felt heavily inspired to bring such a world-class level of craftsmanship back to Los Angeles and start a brand that would bring people together.

Going back to the United States, Alec Keshishian brought out his creative flair and built God’s Dream-a revolutionary lifestyle clothing company grounded on utopian ideals. And proving to be unstoppable at his game, he developed a cut-and-sew line and within the span of a few months. On top of that, he also opened a brick-and-mortar store on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles.

In an interview, Alec Keshishian shared that it took him a lot of failures before he finally created a successful venture. He admitted that those rejections left him feeling defeated and discouraged. But instead of wallowing in despair, the determined fashion designer tried to pick himself back up and pursued his dreams with a stronger and more resilient mindset. Had he given up on his creative endeavors, he would not have shaped God’s Dream into the empire that it is today.

More than just a clothing brand, God’s Dream is a lifestyle that aims to provide individuals with a voice. Alec Keshishian believes that his designs help people express themselves through creativity, boldness, and ingenuity. And as someone who has

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Finesse Gods Clothing Company: New Streetwear Brand Launches Black Friday – Press Release

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DETROIT, Mich., Nov 19, 2020 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The entrepreneurs behind a new clothing company wanted to go big at the end of a landmark year by launching their new streetwear brand on one of the world’s biggest shopping days. Finesse Gods Clothing Company will introduce their new line of Finesse Empowerment Collection edgy and bundled winter gear designs on Black Friday, which falls on Friday, November 27 this year.

With their 2020 Black Friday launch, Finesse Gods will run giveaways throughout the day for subscribers and customers as a way to show appreciation for their support.

The Michigan-based clothing company’s introductory collection is “Finesse On Ice.” The line features a variety of jackets and hats for men and boys.

Finesse Gods Clothing Company’s founders Serae Combs and Eugene Reid wanted to create a new streetwear brand drawing inspiration from the 2020 uprising against systemic oppression and inequality experienced by communities across America.

“Exploring your highest nature and owning what you find, paves your path to being the greatest version of yourself,” Combs said. “To finesse in this world is a craft to align the elements around you to give yourself the life you deserve. To see yourself in the light of a God or Goddess, you are claiming your stance in the universe.

“To be a ‘Finesse God,’ you apply a limitless effort to mold the opportunities around you to conquer your dreams. As fashion is an instant language, your style is an amour to survive everyday reality.”

Combs added, “WE ARE Finesse Gods. Our rich brand of men’s and boys’ fashion won’t go unnoticed.”

Over the last several months, the Finesse Gods brand has been building momentum on social media as more top influencers embrace the company’s cutting-edge t-shirts, hoodies, hats, and other apparel.

Combs and Reid hope their Black Friday push will provide an exciting way for streetwear fans to embrace their growing brand.

“We are excited to get the word out about what we stand for while fitting people with fresh FG merch they can be proud to wear as an emblem of strength and optimism after a hard year,” Combs said. “Our launch represents new beginnings for everyone in 2021 and beyond. We can’t wait to lead the way to our new era of hope.”

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Follow Finesse Gods on Facebook and Instagram at @FinesseGodsLLC.





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