Ralph Lauren’s applications cover virtual fashion shows, NFT-supported multimedia, virtual hotels and restaurants, and virtual clothing, footwear, and perfumery. Mike Condoodis, a USPTO licensed trademark attorney and a member of the US Supreme Court bar, shared details of the application on his Twitter account.
Recently, BAPE launched (B) apetaverse, its first non-fungible token (NFT) project, featuring 10,000 unique, high-quality 3D NFTs, BAPE said in a media release.
American brand Ralph Lauren and Japan’s BAPE are ready to enter Metaverse to offer virtual clothing and footwear items. Ralph Lauren recently submitted 9 trademark applications with USPTO for the Polo, Ralph Lauren and its polo player logos, and partnered with BAPE MADworld to provide virtual streetwear, gaming, tokens and a multi-metavers experience.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (KD)