International jet-setting supermodel, Bella Hadid, has taken an almighty plunge into the metaverse, launching her own set of 3D, utility-laden NFTs based on her own much lauded natural form.
In an idea seeded during the pandemic, and incubated in the following months, Hadid has revealed her CY-B3LLA collection. A vast array of cybernetic versions of herself inspired by multiple locations across the world, while incorporating the designs of local artists from within those regions.
The result is an eclectic menagerie of weird and wonderful Bella likenesses as the human form melds with the robotic future, bringing together a myriad of worlds and imaginative ideas to sit proudly in the metaverse. CY-B3LLA will reveal its designs and locations sporadically over the next two months, with the first arriving in style in a stylish amalgamation of Japanese culture and mechanical automata.
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As you know @cybellaxyz was announced a few weeks ago!
The inspiration behind CY-B3LLA was really about building a community to celebrate high fashion, art, tech , women in web3, togetherness, culture and how they all intersect… 🧚
— Bella Hadid (@bellahadid) June 16, 2022
Each NFT in the collection will additionally feature a wealth of incredible utility, including gated access to an exclusive Web3-based club, community airdrops and entry to Bella’s Metaverse Mansion, as well as unlocking the chance to go meet Bella in person at an IRL private event.
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