MNTGE pass holders can access the collection and customise their wearables with digital “ink bottles” designed by Wotherspoon himself. With sales totalling over $1 million, the collection is a testament to Wotherspoon’s eye for style and his commitment to pushing boundaries in the world of fashion and technology.
In the heart of Los Angeles, designer Sean Wotherspoon has made a name for himself as a visionary in the sneaker and vintage fashion worlds. His latest project, a collection of digital wearables on MNTGE, brings his eclectic style to the digital realm and pushes the boundaries of what is possible in virtual fashion.
The 3,100-piece collection draws inspiration from vintage pieces in Wotherspoon’s personal archive and blends elements of past and future worlds. Only available to holders of the Day One non-fungible token (NFT) mint passes, the collection has already garnered over $1 million in sales and has a floor price of $735.
With MNTGE, Wotherspoon is creating a virtual community where style and technology intersect. Pass holders can mint their own digital trunks, each containing two unique NFTs – one digital garment and one digital “ink bottle.” The four vintage wearables designs can be customized with the three ink bottles designed by Wotherspoon, giving each garment a unique, one-of-a-kind look. And with rarity tiers built into the project, there is the potential for even rarer NFTs to be created in the future.
In addition to his work on MNTGE, Wotherspoon is also the founder of vintage clothing chain Round Two and has collaborated with major sneaker brands such as Nike, Asics, and Adidas. With plans to open a physical MNTGE Market in the near future, featuring vintage clothing curated by Wotherspoon himself, the designer is showing no signs of slowing down.
Whether you’re a fan of vintage fashion, futuristic technology, or just appreciate boundary-pushing style, this collection is not to be missed.