randonlyCryptoSean Wotherspoon's First Digital Wearables Collection is Unveiled on MNTGE

Sean Wotherspoon’s First Digital Wearables Collection is Unveiled on MNTGE

Sean Wotherspoon, a Los Angeles-based sneaker designer and collector, has unveiled his first collection of digital wearables through his new virtual goods community MNTGE.

The 3,100-piece collection “blends influence from future and past worlds” and is inspired by vintage items from Wotherspoon’s personal archive.

“My MNTGE collection goes live TOMORROW FEBRUARY 7 @ 1PM PST 🌀 I’m so hyped to see how you all utilize the inks I created on your OG garments, as well as seeing everyone rocking real life vintage in the metaverse eventually! @mntge_io,” wotherspoon wrote.

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The project will be available to holders of the Day One non-fungible token (NFT) mint passes, which was launch in December 2022.
The collection has sold 773 ETH (about $1.1 million) to date and now has a floor price of 0.45 ETH (approximately $735).

Day One holders can mint digital trunks containing two distinct NFTs: one digital 3D replica of a garment and a second 3D “ink bottle.”
There are four digital vintage wearable designs in all, as well as three ink bottles made by Wotherspoon that will allow holders to modify their wearables.

There are also rarity tiers incorporated in the project, as well as the future option of keeping the NFTs as they are or combining them to produce a new, rarer NFT.

Within the upcoming year, MNTGE intends to build a physical location of its MNTGE Market, which will feature vintage clothes carefully chosen by Wotherspoon, who launched the vintage clothing retailer Round Two and has worked with well-known shoe companies like Nike, Asics, and Adidas.
The MNTGE pass holders will be the first ones to enter the store.

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Wotherspoon adopts a similar strategy to other Web2 brands and designers who are gradually extending their concepts to Web3. Multiple well-known companies, like Nike, Dolce & Gabbana, Tiffany, Gucci, and Adidas, have produced digital designs for usage in the metaverse and elsewhere, and designer Rebecca Minkoff has released several NFT collections that pay homage to her recognizable handbags.

News Source: CoinDesk

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