Get digitally dressed in the virtual bombers from Daichi Yamamoto’s and Mick Jenkins’s hit music video “Kill Me”.
You might have seen these bombers before. Following Daichi Yamamoto’s and Mick Jenkins’s music video premiere organized in partnership with the record label and production studio Frank Renaissance in the DRESSX Decentraland Flagship store, the virtual bombers from the hit music video are becoming available for digital dressing and AR try on exclusively at DRESSX.
“Committed to making digital fashion available for everyone and everywhere across the Metaverse, DRESSX is proud to host Daichi Yamamoto’s and Mick Jenckins’s music video premiere, allowing fans to try on and digitally wear the artists’ jackets on their own photos and videos. We see our collaboration with Frank Renaissance as a step forward for both music and fashion industries, and are happy to support the digital transformation for some of the hottest artists worldwide”, said DRESSX co-founders Daria Shapovalova and Natalia Modenova.
The original physical jackets were designed by the Japanese designer, Sho Konishi, who previously designed outfits for Saweetie and Chloe and Halle and designed the opening and closing ceremony costumes for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics. Virtual jackets were created by Mar Guixa Studio and prepared for digital wearing by DRESSX.