HAPEBEAST Revolutionizes NFTS, Bringing High Fashion to the Metaverse

LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / December 29, 2021 / HAPEBEAST is bringing fashion to the Metaverse as it debuts over 8,000 NFTs on the Ethereum blockchain. Developed by London-based studio, Digimental, the imagery of the HAPEBEAST project is at the intersection of fashion, music, art, and culture while gesturing to the ape paradigm of the NFT world.

Just after the launch of the Metaverse, the buildup and exponential growth of the HAPEBEAST community has yielded the project over 260K Discord members and 140K Twitter followers, priming it to be a predominant player in the NFT fashion space. As a project led by a member of the viral and highly valued Bored Ape Yacht Club, HAPEBEAST is pioneering the next generation of fashion leaders.

“We are the first in the space to truly be building a synergy between fashion and the Metaverse,” says HAPEBEAST. “Developing this project to be distinct in its visual form, we have been focusing on the detail of the art down to every garment, accessory, and cultural reference. Our goal is that by focusing on launching a unique project and building a community, HAPEBEAST will be able to make a seamless, harmonious blend of the Metaverse and real life.”

The project takes its inspiration from the likes of streetwear, 90s hip hop, and contemporary high fashion, resulting in a revolutionary NFT collection that invertedly provides documentation of cultural history through aesthetically stunning, 3D renderings.

“The Metaverse is here to stay, and it is clear we are only in the early stages of digital assets, property, and currency that will continue to evolve and ultimately define the future. We built our project to be groundbreakers in this space at the unification of technology, fashion, and community.”

To see more from HAPEBEAST visit their website, Discord, or Twitter accounts.

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