[EMonthly #0] EMy’s Metaverse

10 December 2021

A new name for a new era: when Facebook becomes Meta, the future of social media is at stake – but not only that.

Digitalization activates and intertwines with printed press.

Evidence of this is Vogue Singapore’s September issue, which urged readers to buy digital art through NFTs using a QR-code displayed on the cover. Name something more ‘meta’!

This art-born revolution connects to fashion, then luxury, and gives us a hint at the future of communication.

Discover the metaverse with EMy!




Meta+Universe = ‘The World After’

Another world has emerged from the contraction of these two words. Neither real nor unreal, this intangible extension of our own universe unveils new social, economic and cultural interactions.


Non-Fungible Tokens

Irreplaceable, unique and above all non fungible: this is the definition of this digital item meant to be acquired. The concept first appeared in 2013 as the result of the digital world extension. It took over sectors such as sports, video games and arts.


Think Global, Act Local

Contraction of ‘local’ and ‘global’, this word refers to the deployment of a global way of thinking that is customized in order to be implemented locally. This concept achieves its full meaning in VR Virtual Reality and digital fashion collections.


Metaverse Magic : Here’s Your Chance to Own Vogue Singapore’s Two September Digital Covers as NFTs

“With the global September issue theme of ‘New Beginnings’, we took the bold step to venture into the metaverse -the destination for a new class of digital artists and designers”, says Norman Tan, editor-in-chief of Vogue Singapore.”


IoDF and CFS By Lablaco Bring Inclusivity to Digital Fashion

“The Institute of Digital Fashion (IoDF) and the Circular Fashion Summit (CFS) by Lablaco is looking to bring inclusivity and diversity to fashion NFTs and the metaverse with a new digital-only VR capsule collection.



Can Luxury Maintain Its Relevance in the Metaverse? | Transforming Luxury

The metaverse -a term originally coined by the author Neal Stephenson in his sci-fi novel ‘Snow Crash’- is now widely used to describe how our physical realities will be augmented and overlaid by ambient and accessible digital experiences and services.


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