On Wednesday (November 9), the Singapore edition of Vogue magazine (aka “the fashion bible”), which is published monthly by global media company Condé Nast, launched the sale of its first ever non-fungible token (NFT) collection on marketplace OpenSea.

The “Vogue Singapore NFT Collection” consists of two “digital renditions of their famous Vogue covers” (which you can buy via a timed auction that started at 7:00 p.m. UTC on November 10 and which will end at 1:00 a.m. UTC on November 13) and eight fixed-price “detailed fashion-forward NFTs” (that you can purchase by clicking the “Buy Now” button).

Here are the two NFTs that are on auction:

And here are the eight fixed-price NFTs:

As you can see, the floor price is ETH 0.2 (approximately $930 as of 09:05 p.m. UTC on November 10).

According to OpenSea, this collection, which is “celebrating the creative renaissance born out of NFTs, is “inspired by the theme of ‘New Beginnings’ with the sunrise as a leitmotif. The eight non-cover NFTs come from “the art, design and beauty worlds by artists Chad Knight, The Fabricant, Shavonne Wong, Lanzavecchia + Wai, Baëlf Design and Dain Yoon.”


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Vogue (‘The Fashion Bible’) Launches Its First NFT Collection