• Diesel Fashion Drops Phygital NFT Wearables

  • Diesel, an Italian fashion label, is releasing their “phygital” NFT wearables today in a collection titled D:Verse as part of their research of NFTs and the metaverse. They want to break down the barriers that exist between physical and digital experiences.

    NFT Collection by D:Verse

    Diesel’s D:Verse NFT collection is set to go on sale on March 12th at 6 PM CET (their pre-sale has been completed). They become the newest major fashion brand to enter the market. Holders of the NFTS have access to the Diesel NFT Community. Get the opportunity to attend the next Fashion Show firsthand with invitations or VIP access, and receive limited edition clothes and metaverse-ready gear.

    Furthermore, Diesel now allows users to mint NFTs using a credit card. Users can choose between two minting methods. First, go to the Diesel NFT website and pay with a credit card or cryptocurrency with no gas fee. Alternatively, on Rarible, with cryptocurrency and a gas cost included. A few NFTs will be launched: D:Prototype-CR (sneakers), D:Puffer (puffer jacket), and D:Fur are all examples of D:Fur (fur jacket). Each NFT has functionality, such as an invite to a Diesel IRL fashion show, a wearable for your metaverse avatar, and an actual goods for the particular NFT.

    The collection is rather tiny, with the D:Prototype-CR having a maximum of 555 items, the D:Puffer having a maximum of 55 items, and the D:Fur being a 1 of 1.

    Furthermore, Diesel’s NFT community has expanded as a result of their big-name brand. Their Discord has almost 6,500 users, yet they don’t have a Twitter feed dedicated to their NFT collection.

    Concerning Diesel

    Diesel is an Italian fashion brand headquartered in Breganze, Italy. They sell jeans, shoes, accessories, and other goods. They were founded in 1978 and have since evolved to become a renowned fashion brand. In addition, they have entered the fragrance market, with their range being owned and developed by L’Oréal. Their US subsidiary, on the other hand, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2019. The parent company, Diesel SpA, is not mentioned in the document.

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