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NFT project World of Women partnered with The Fabricant to develop a digital fashion collection.
The Fabricant is a decentralized digital fashion house. The company focuses on sustainability, creates digital clothes, and builds the wardrobe of the Metaverse via The Fabricant Studio. The latter allows individual users to co-create, wear, and trade digital fashion.
The two companies created a 27-piece digital fashion collection inspired by WoW NFT characters. Holders can wear these digital garments in the Metaverse and real life, using AR filters or “dress an image” technology.
This is not the first collaboration between WoW and The Fabricant. On May 19, the companies announced the creation of the “Crypto Purse Pass.” The project aimed at empowering women in Web3, doing it with style.
The drop of the digital fashion collection will take place on June 29 on The Fabricant Studio website. The mint price starts at 15 FLOW ($24 at the moment of writing). Individuals can now sign up for the allowlist.
The companies will donate 10% of the proceeds from the primary sale to projects that aim to increase diversity in Web3.
More than that, WoW and the Fabricant will host a free master class on how to develop and organize a mood board. The class will take place online on June 16, at 6 PM CET, and users can now sign up on The Fabricant’s website.
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