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    NFT fashion shows in the world.

    Fashion is a type of self-expression expressed through clothing, footwear, lifestyle, accessories, makeup, hairdo, and body posture in a specific time, place, and environment.

    A fashion show is an event hosted by a fashion designer to exhibit their following apparel and accessories. Fashion shows are held every season; this is where the most up-to-date fashion trends are developed.

    It is no wonder that the industry that sets trends is adopting Metaverse and NFTs. Here’s a list of the industry’s latest fashion X NFT trends.

    Fashion Illustrator Talia Zoref

    Talia Zoref makes live art throughout Fashion Weeks worldwide, meeting and drawing superstars and celebrities such as Gigi and Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Mariah Carrey, Pharrell Williams, Anna Wintour, Naomi Campbell, and many others.

    Talia will be debuting her new project “Eyes Of Fashion” in the NFT space. It will consist of 8,888 unique, colorful, lively, and inspiring drawings and introduce a feminine and modern approach to the blockchain by establishing a famous fictional female character in the crypto world.

    Talia’s goal in the NFT area is to empower women, bring joy, and inspire them while building a robust female atmosphere inside a friendly group. Her collection expresses the elegant nature of couture and fashion media.

    Gucci’s SuperGucci

    Gucci’s NFT line, SuperGucci, was created in partnership with the cult toy manufacturer Superplastic and co-designed by Alessandro Michele, Gucci’s head of design. Each NFT comes with an 8-inch tall, white ceramic sculpture co-designed by Gucci and handcrafted in Italy.

    The Gucci Dionysus bag was sold for 350,000 Robux, which was around $4,115 at the time, on the game platform Roblox. The same purse cost $3,400 in tangible form. And this was when the bag was not even an NFT. This may be the inspiration behind Gucci launching its NFT collection!

    From holding exclusive events to NFT parties and live shows, Gucci went all out to bring luxury to their NFT holders.

    Dolce & Gabbana.

    In September, Dolce & Gabbana debuted its NFT collection, Collezione Genesi, and the collection sold for $5.65 million.
    Dolce & Gabbana’s “Collezione Genesi” collection, which was first shown at its Venice couture event, is a nine-piece, one-of-a-kind collection designed by Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana.

    These 1/1 pieces, which are part of the “Collezione Genesi” collection, allow the collector to acquire a custom-fitted physical garment within a one to two-year claim period.
    The collection, created for UNXD, has taken thousands of hours to complete and contains three crowns, three jackets, two dresses, and a full suit.

    Everyrealm

    The metaverse investor and developer has announced the commencement of an NFT sale featuring select looks from the first-ever Metaverse Fashion Week presentation, which will take place in Second Life on February 14th, 2022.

    Everyrealm and Blueberry Entertainment co-produced the metaverse fashion show, which featured women’s fashion designer and New York Fashion Week regular Jonathan Simkhai as the premier designer.
    According to the firm, the NFT sale will allow members of the web3 community to buy a piece of fashion history and wear it on their avatars.

    NFT holders will have access to 1,400 partner platforms, including Somnium Space, Pixelynx, and others, to wear NFT digital wearables.

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