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Metaverse Fashion Week 2023 Goes Multi-Platform in Push for Interoperability

On three metaverse sites, Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci will display their virtual products.

A year ago, in the metaverse news, when Decentraland hosted the first ever Metaverse Fashion Week, everything was drastically different.

Customers no longer purchasing virtual houses

Developers of the Metaverse, like Meta, have squandered billions while attempting to create digital utopias, and customers are no longer purchasing $2.43 million virtual homes. The term “metaverse,” which was formerly popular in the computer and video game industries, is now derogatory.

Metaverse progress goes for those who still see a network of virtual worlds bursting with life and packed with wearable technology.

As of Tuesday, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Balmain, Coach, Tommy Hilfiger, and DressX will all take part in Metaverse Fashion Week. Many, connected metaverse worlds will host the first large multi-platform metaverse event.

Decentraland, Spatial, and Over, a decentralized AR layer that superimposes virtual objects on the real environment, will be the setting for Metaverse Fashion Week (MFW).

Metaverse Fashion Week aims

The fact that MFW’s organizers and the high-profile companies involved are even attempting to conduct a live event across multiple platforms concurrently represents a significant step forward for supporters of an open, decentralized, and interoperable metaverse, even though technology does not yet permit true interoperability—the seamless transfer of digital wearables across metaverses.

“Technically, people can’t jump across [worlds] exactly the way they are. That’s not possible yet,” Kim Currier, social media lead at Decentraland said. “But what’s really exciting is the intention of interoperability, showing the way of what’s possible.”

Digital fashionistas may be able to simply switch from one metaverse to another while maintaining their virtual outfit, just like Bugs Bunny did in “Looney Tunes: Back in Action.” Metaverse Fashion Week is expected to show inter-metaverse cooperation, according to Decentraland and its partners.

According to Currier, “The cross-platform agenda was designed to unite designers and expand the aesthetic possibilities for all of the [event’s] creators.”

Traditional clothing may be better represented in Spatial’s lifelike animation than in Decentraland’s cartoonish style.

Decentraland and Spatial portals will move MFW visitors between platforms throughout the course of the week. Innovative businesses like Lighthouse, which bills itself as the first metaverse search engine, aim to simplify and improve multi-platform navigation.

Although being hailed as the future of online togetherness, many metaverse sites seem agonizingly lonely. Lighthouse, which was released in December, aims to address this issue that has dogged metaverse platforms from their creation.

Lighthouse creates a trending regions tool

Jonathan Brun said that co-founder and CEO of Lighthouse, “Every time you jumped in a world it felt empty, not because the world was too big, but just because you didn’t know where the hotspot was. Now you can log in, see exactly where all your friends are, and make sure you always jump into a place that’s crowded or busy.”

Lighthouse claims that last year’s attendees at Metaverse Fashion Week had problems finding pertinent events and avoiding big, empty digital spaces.

Attendees of MFW this year will be able to rapidly port to any of the Decentraland and Spatial regions by using Lighthouse to see where their connections are in real time. They can handle the contact information of MFW attendees using a networking application.

The startup is building a trending regions tool to show users where the party is across the entire metaverse, and it indexes 26 metaverse platforms, including Decentraland, Spatial, and The Sandbox.

By providing additional metrics like as when and when users transfer platforms, Lighthouse will also aid metaverse platforms.

Brun claimed that the hype-flop cycle in the metaverse last year was caused by individuals using the technology before it was ready. The fact that those people left just serves to highlight the platforms of the moment.

Brun thinks that a year has seen considerable advancements in both metaverse experiences and, crucially, their external infrastructure.

Brun anticipated that a large number of visitors will remain for Metaverse Fashion Week. It’s more fluid.

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Metaverse Fashion Week 2023 Goes Multi-Platform in Push for InteroperabilityMahKa loves exploring the decentralized world. She writes about NFTs, the metaverse, Web3 and similar topics.

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