Cappasity to launch an NFT apparel collection created by young fashion designers

CAPP Fashion Collection will include ten fashion designs represented in the 3D format and as Cappasity Augmented Reality holograms.

Sep 23 · 3 min read

An innovative Cappasity 3D View format allows fashion designers to demonstrate apparel as realistically as possible. Thanks to the 3D View, customers can examine fashion collections as they would in real life, truly seeing the quality, materials and details so they can purchase with confidence.

NFTs are bringing authenticity and exclusivity to the world of digital fashion and enable fashion collectors to purchase genuinely unique digital objects. For fashion brands, NFTs are a perfect way to attract new clients and target Gen Z consumers.

We decided to create unique NFTs — unique fashion designs powered by Cappasity 3D and AR visualization of apparels. You can try the example of AR format right now. Please open the link and click the AR icon.

The project’s team will create 3D & AR holograms, publish the content, mint NFTs, and provide marketing support for NFT sales at no cost for fashion designers.

The proceeds from sales will be divided between the designers, the team, and part of the funds will be spent on the purchase of CAPP utility tokens. The purchased tokens will come to a special online wallet created to support young fashion designers.

If you want to participate in the first interactive NFT collection, feel free to contact us: Deadline: 31 October 2021

About NFTs

An NFT, or non-fungible token, is a digital token that’s a type of cryptocurrency, like Ethereum and Bitcoin. However, unlike a standard crypto coin, an NFT is unique and can’t be exchanged like-for-like (hence, non-fungible). What makes an NFT more special than a pure cryptocurrency is that it stores extra information, being a “one-of-a-kind” asset in the digital world. NFTs provide a digital file like images or music with a digital certificate of ownership that can be bought and sold.

Many fashion brands and designers have already jumped into the NFT game in various creative ways and are selling fashion NFTs on marketplaces. For example, Gucci’s first official NFT came in the form of a short film that was part of the house’s landmark Aria collection, created to celebrate Gucci’s 100th-year anniversary. But it’s not just high end fashion that uses NFTs:Jeff Staple became the first major streetwear designer to sell NFT sneakers.

As a rule, NFTs are still images or videos and are not interactive at all. Here at Cappasity, we’re going to add a third dimension to NFT technology and enable your customers to interact with purchased NFTs as they would in real life: examine your fashion designs from all angles of perception, zoom in, and have a good look at all tiny details. Thanks to Cappasity, immersive NFTs are now available to young fashion designers.