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Rebecca Minkoff x MAVION collaborated to create one of the first Web3 fashion NFTs. This is one of five one of one NFTs that gives the holder exclusive access to physical fashion, digital and experiential benefits that will roll out over time and may drive royalties back to the holder.
Original artwork by Da Young Kim.
NFTs available www.opensea.io
August 8-10, 2022
The holder of this NFT will be able to claim the following physical items:
This is a one time claim and gift to the holder who verifies ownership through the MAVION discord during the period August 8-10, 2022. It can only be claimed once. All physical items are gifts and will be claimed at the same time. To claim, the holder must connect their wallet in MAVION discord: discord.gg/mavion
The holder of this NFT will receive 2 (TWO) free mints to the Rebecca Minkoff x MAVION Fall NFT drop which includes limited edition physical items and digital assets that may drive future royalties to holders. Date and details for mint to be announced.
Product technical details:
Bag: Rebecca Minkoff
- One of one
- Natural stone and emerald hardware
- Zipper closure
Earrings: Deepa Gurnani
- Gold plated
- Swarovski crystals
- Suede backing
- Pierced ears
About Rebecca Minkoff:
Rebecca Minkoff is an iconic American designer, a pioneer in fashion and tech and the first fashion designer to create and launch digital fashion and NFTs at New York Fashion Week in 2021. Minkoff's fashion and handbags are regularly featured on fashion influencers, celebrities and the red carpet. This is the first time the designer has created a one of one handbag collection.
About Deepa Gurnani:
A collaboration between the husband and wife team of Deepa and Jay Lakhani. Each studied jewelry design at Central Saint Martin’s College in London and Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC, before designing accessories and couture for Alexander McQueen, Fendi, and Ungaro as well as fine jewelry for Tiffany and Bvlgari.
They are committed to preserving the traditional, hand-embroidery techniques of India that have been handed down to Karigars (artisans) over hundreds of years of generations.
Their environmentally responsible practices are numerous and include membership in the OCA (Organic Consumers Association) and recycling and upcycling when possible.