Creating Digital Fashion & Virtual Spaces
for the metaverse


The Next Cartel Studio provides innovation in the metaverse, creating digital fashion items and immersive virtual spaces through NFTs, UX, and VR.

Clothing and accessories created for a forward-thinking community where fashion goes beyond the physical body. The Next Cartel studio designs and digitises pieces utilisable as add ons to the metaverse.

Virtual experiences which extend brands’ physical spaces into the virtual realm and metaverse, adding a layer of interaction, personalisation and data monitoring. The studio develops spaces for fashion and lifestyle brands in order to boost sales, increase customer engagement and brand perception.


001 Strategy

002 Ideation & Design

003 Execution

004 Performance

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Frequently Asked Questions

In The Next Cartel’s NFT shop, the focus is on digital fashion & lifestyle-related products. Each limited edition NFT in the NFT store is a digital collectible marked with a unique serial number with guaranteed scarcity and protected ownership by the blockchain. The digital fashion pieces are available through set prices and through auction format in the NFT shop.

After purchasing The Next Cartel’s NFTs, payment will be collected through Stripe, a third-party vendor that enables easy collection of payment via credit cards. No cryptocurrency is required to buy digital NFTs from The Next Cartel’s NFT Store.


1 – The highest bidder on the NFT platform at the end of the auction period will win the item(s).

2 – A new highest bid placed with under 10 minutes remaining will extend the auction by an additional 10 minutes.

3 – Once a bid is placed on the NFT marketplace, it cannot be retracted.

4 – When placing a bid, a hold for the amount of the bid will be placed on your credit card.

5 – If you are outbid, any holds from previous bids will be released from your credit card.

6 – If two bids of the same amount are placed at the exact same time and both show up in the bid history, the bid processed first (determined by its database identifier) will be considered the valid bid.

7 – Some auctions may have a reserve price set. If the highest bid at the end of the auction is not equal to or greater than the reserve price, there will be no winner.

8 – Once the auction ends, payment will be collected for the winning bid immediately. If the reserve price has not been met, any credit card holds will be released.

You can use it as a wearable in Sansar and VR Chat (using either the fbx or obj format).

You can trade your NFT right here on The Next Cartel’s NFT marketplace and on other common platforms like Rarible, Opensea, Viv3 and Bloctobay.


Yes, there are several games where you can use NFTs. Development is constantly happening and The Next Cartel is working on a wider metaverse integration with regards to its NFT Fashion. The developments in NFT Fashion and NFT shops are swift. In the near future, we hope to be able to make use of digital fashion items purchased in The Next Cartel’s NFT Store in video games.


By using the AR format on your iPhone you can interact with the garment in your own space, capture it and try it on!


Flow is a fast, decentralized, and developer-friendly blockchain built by Dapper Labs to power some of the biggest brands’ NFTs and digital collectibles such as the NBA, UFC, CNN, Warner Music Group, and more. As of late, many NFT Fashion brands have decided to, like The Next Cartel, power their NFT Store via Flow. Flow leverages an environmentally friendly design via Proof-of-Stake that consumes thousands of times less energy than Proof-of-Work blockchains like the current Ethereum network. The combination of eco-friendly design, scalability, and the diversity of projects building on Flow is a key reason we chose to run The Next Cartel NFT Fashion and NFT Store on the Flow blockchain. Learn more about the Flow blockchain at


An NFT is a one-of-a-kind piece of digital content (such as an image or a video) that is an officially licensed collectible. NFT means non-fungible token. The NFTs ownership is authenticated and verifiable by the blockchain, a technology used for things like bitcoins. That means that while copies of videos, images and even animated gifts can multiply on the internet, there can be only one with a certificate of authenticity. Like with other collectibles, you can buy, sell, and trade them in an NFT Store.


The Next Cartel has created a first-of-its-kind NFT marketplace. An NFT platform for exclusively curated wearables and art within the streetwear scene. In this NFT store, new pieces of NFT fashion are launched every month. After the initial launch, each buyer can choose to put their pieces up for sale on the second-hand marketplace. In this way, each NFT fashion item can be traded and increase and decrease in value.


There are many different marketplaces for NFTs, each one in its own niche. Here at The Next Cartel, we have built our own NFT Store so that you can access The Next in NFT digital fashion. Our digital fashion marketplace is on the Flow blockchain, for low-cost and environmentally friendly transactions.


As with all art, each item’s intrinsic value is set in agreement between seller and buyer. By spotting and buying exclusive NFTs such as NFT Fashion early on, you could resell them later at a greater price. Exclusivity and demand are factors that raise the price of an NFT.


‘The First Tweet’ which sold for $2.9 million in March has been the most searched for NFT this year. Just as the name suggests it was the first tweet ever posted, by founder Jack Dorsey. Ever since then interest in non-fungible tokens (NFTs) increased dramatically, with many celebrities and artists releasing their own series of virtual work.


The most expensive NFT sold to date is not an NFT Fashion item, it is actually Beeples’s Everydays: the First 5000 Days, which sold for $69.3m.