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Morphew Genesis NFT Collection

We have paired the physical garment with its digital version allowing for exhibition and preservation of these historic pieces, in the same way that art is collected and exhibited. As interest in NFTs continues to rise, MORPHEW’s Genesis NFT Collection is well ahead of the curve by including both a physical and digital component to their fashion meets art meets tech offering. Known for their one-of-a-kind rarities from the high-end fashion world, MORPHEW offers the digiphysical pieces worn by Shakira, Grimes, Doja Cat, Selena Gomez and Madonna. The garments will have a chip sewn in that will function as a certificate of authenticity, stored securely on the blockchain. The NFT will also function as the garment's digital identity and come with a photorealistic 3D rendering that can be displayed digitally in a frame as one would do with any other piece of fine art, while the physical piece is protected and preserved. NFT’s have quickly become part of consumer behavior and with the MORPHEW Genesis NFT Collection offering, consumers can not only buy the physical and digital items in the fashion space, but will also have the unique ‘1 of 1’ certificate of ownership which adds a level of exclusivity that is significant to collectors.


Teddy Bear Coat © 1980s JEAN CHARLES DE CASTELBAJAC

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Designed by the creative French master Jean Charles de Castelbajac in 1988, a limited run of these coats were brought to life to bring joy to the dark days of the 1980s ravaged by the AIDS pandemic. Luminary stylist & artist Lysa Cooper was the perfect muse to sport this huggable piece of joy as she romped from Paris to London to NYC & LA. Mingling with close friends Keith Harring & Stephen Sprouse in NYC & Westwood in London. First exhibited in Miami during Art Week 2017 the piece caught International press and JCdC himself also spoke about the iconic piece once again. Pieces from this collection which was titled "ACCUMULATIONS” were exhibited in The Metropolitan Museum of Art in the CAMP exhibition. Pieces from the collection can be seen in the 1994 film 'Pret-a-Porte' and Lady Gaga famously wore his Kermit ACCUMULATION piece in 2009. We have had innumerable celebrities in this piece from Katie Couric to Heidi Klum, because who can resist being bundled up in such joy

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OMO Nylon Sheer Parachute Gown With Train © 1980s Norma Kamali

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CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) lifetime achievement award winner Norma Kamali made this iconic dress as part of her famous collection of recycled parachutes gifted to her by Halston's Victor Hugo. Victor dropped the parachute and said, “This is my gift to you”. Morphew acquired this gown from Norma Kamili herself. Norma told us "We were cleaning out my warehouse and there was a door behind one of the racks. Inside we found all these boxes we had forgotten about filled with my old pieces! “She recalled how the parachute gift from Victor Hugo was pretty fabulous, and that she had so much fun making designs with it throughout all of these years since”. On the forefront of sustainability since the 1970s, this gown was the perfect choice by Arianne Phillips for Grimes when she was featured in Elle Magazine April 2020.

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Nascar Jersey & Metal Mesh Cocktail Dress © 2020 Morphew Atelier

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A Morphew Atelier one-of-a-kind original. This dress is made from a recycled vintage T-shirt from the '90s and several vintage Whiting & Davis metal mesh purses. Individually pieced together and sewn there is no way to replicate this dress. Worn by both Selena Gomez as well as Doja Cat. Styled by Mel Ottenberg for the Interview magazine cover story on Selena Gomez, April 2020. Doja Cat wore the dress the prior month for an appearance on MTV promoting the Hot Pink album as well as a night out in NYC styled by Brett Alan Nelson.

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Op-Art Knit Micro Mini-Dress © 1960s Morphew Vintage

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This classic mod dress from the late 1960s was given some heavy hitting star power when worn by Madonna for the November 2021 Rolling Stone video & cover shoot with the pop-latin superstar Maluma. Madonna can be seen romping around on the pool table and flirtatiously smoking a cigar with Maluma in the video shot by Ricardo Gomes. Two additional photos of her in the dress are seen in the printed edition of the magazine styled by Rita Melssen.

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