Considered the third largest sneaker brand in the United States, Skechers has announced that it will open a store in the Fashion District of its popular metaverse project Decentraland.
Making trademark applications to Metaverse, Skechers signaled that it will continue to expand in this area. The company has filed a number of international trademark applications to offer its footwear and apparel products virtually, noting that it plans to continue expanding into the digital world.
The store that Skechers will open in the Fashion District is located in the region where Decentraland will host the first Metaverse Fashion Week, which will be held between 24-27 March. Skechers' store will be an experiential store in this respect.
Michael Greenberg, chairman of Skechers, said:
“Our agreement with Decentraland is an investment in our future. We look forward to embarking on this virtual age and exploring creative ways for our brand to engage with new customers and audiences as we launch the new Skechers experience.”
Reef is building an nft team focused on graffiti and electronic music artists
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