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Decentraland Metaverse to Host Fashion Week for the Second Time

Decentraland (MANA), where many big companies have bought virtual land, announced that it is preparing for the second Metaverse Fashion Week (MVFW), which will be held next month.

Decentraland announced in a post on its official blog on February 27 that it is preparing for the second Materverse Fashion Week, which will be held next month . The company stated that it will bring together many famous brands to showcase their digital wearables as part of the event.

Dolce & Gabbana, Tommy Hilfiger and Dundas will return with new collections at the event, which is stated to take place in the luxury district of Decentraland from March 28-31, while Miami Fashion Week will be the first well-known fashion week to attend a digital fashion event by attending the event .

Decentraland Metaverse to Host Fashion Week for the Second Time

Stating that this year’s event focuses on open metaverse interoperability and Web3 potentials , Decetraland said that he worked with the famous fashion company UNXD, metaverse platform Spatial and augmented reality company OVER in organizing the event.

The company reported that the theme of the week will be “Heritage of the Future” and will feature traditional fashion houses that are taking their first steps into Web3.

According to the information given, many social and artistic events will be organized during the event, as well as fashion shows. Dolce & Gabbana will showcase the Tommy Hilfiger and Adidas collections , while DKNY will serve with its pop-up art gallery and restaurant during the event .

According to Coinecko data, MANA, which has lost 7.3% in the last 30 days , has decreased by 0.3% in the last 24 hours and is trading at $ 0.6478 as of writing. Decentraland held its first Metaverse Fashion Week in March last year.

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