Decentraland Fashion Week Gives a glimpse into the future

The recent Decentraland Fashion Week featured various virtual events and famous beauty brands. At the event, popular fashion creators showcased their collections at the main venue. The entire event tapped into the metaverse’s underlying potential and fashion utility.

What is Decentraland?

Decentraland is a virtual reality platform that runs on the Ethereum blockchain. You buy plots of land to traverse, build on, and monetize in this virtual world.  It is the first user-owned digital platform.

You have complete control over your LAND once you have purchased it. LAND holders can create games, apps, gambling services, and even interactive 3D scenes. Not only this, but you can build LAND-based services around education, professional development, tourism, and other things, though that isn’t its primary purpose.

The number of LAND is limited, and each plot is 33 feet by 33 feet with no height restrictions. Decentraland recently released LAND Estates, a feature that lets you manage your LAND more easily by grouping adjacent plots together.

Highlights of the Decentraland Fashion Week 

Firstly, one of the premier digital clothing selections, DressX joined Decentraland in 2021. The company joined Boson Protocol’s “Boson Portal” platform by displaying a photo portfolio of its top pieces. Fans can choose from a variety of styles at The DressX store in the Metajuku shopping district.

Glimpse of a virtual shopping district in Decentraland

Boson Protocol is particularly famous for purchasing marketplace UNXD’s NFT “The Glass Suit”. This Dolce & Gabbana collection “Genesi” suit was sold for 351 ETH or $1 million. All of the items have two forms: digital and physical.

The Gallery contains artwork and films that describe the suit’s development. Additionally, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana’s sketch is also available for display. Fans can stop at Premium Estate, near the Boson Protocol Gallery, to shop for digital products during the Decentraland Fashion Week.

Selfridges, a high-end department store brand that re-created its store on Decentraland, hosted the opening event of Metaverse Fashion Week. The first department store to join Metaverse is a British retailer. Even though Fashion Week is over, you may still go to the store and look at the Paco Rabanne NFT collection. 

Another exciting aspect of the Decentraland Fashion Week was Closeup City Hall of Love, which allows participants to marry virtually and even mint the marriage as NFT. In just 30 days, 183 people visited the location, according to Sqube statistics.

Similarly, Brand New Vision Ltd (BNV) debuted its first in-house fashion wearables NFT collection last month.