The Fabricant, a digital fashion company teams up with the extremely popular NFT collection World of Women. They have teased a collaboration as they both have powerful female-focused communities.
Both sides haven’t released too much information about their partnership. However, that doesn’t mean their respective communities aren’t super excited. Discord and Twitter sentiment is very positive in regards to the collaboration news.
Kerry Murphy, the founder of The Fabricant, has been public about WoW being on their list of early adoption projects. Again, both projects align as they generally have powerful female-focused communities.
The Fabricant and World of Women Visions Align
There are many parallels between the two projects, so the NFT community feels a collaboration just makes sense. The NFT space is maturing in the sense that instead of competing for liquidity, teams are looking to collaborate and grow together.
World of Women has recently dropped their WoW Galaxy collection. This has contributed to a massive amount of ecosystem growth within their community. Their new collection has 11,000 unique holders, as NFT collectors want exposure to the project.
The Fabricant is a digital fashion creator platform and the team has been executing meaningful strategic partnerships, also working with RTFKT currently with a drop scheduled for April 16th. The digital fashion economy is only growing and The Fabricant team is looking to continue to innovate.
The Fabricant is set out to build the wardrobe for the metaverse, and also just raised $14M in a round of funding. The NFT community is looking forward to hearing more details about this powerhouse collaboration in the coming days.
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