Masquespacio, a creative design agency, has released a special Mango clothing store aimed at teenagers, with a Web3 touch. The Mango’s “metaverse world” store includes design elements which foster imagination and vision, with conceptualizing a future via technology. Below are all the details:
• The Metaverse store is based in Barcelona, Spain, and is the unique.
• It uses a distinctive orange and green color scheme which plays with gender neutrality
• It uses different features which play on the imagination
• Elements of the metaverse happen in the fitting rooms and look like mirrors.
Masquespacio’s goal was to create an exclusive shopping experience as still displaying as many clothes as possible. To this end, it used incoherent but playful features such as a swimming pool ladder to show clothing and a cloths drop-off area which is similar to a washing machine. Besides, it has a backlit, advanced tunnel.
Regarding Masquespacio, all the elements are designed to “invite teenagers” to enter a world where ordinary objects given new uses, allowing their imagination to play with them and find new ways to use the space.
Considering the Metaverse, Masquespacio said that in the store, “dreams become reality” as your mind plays with the design elements. This space enables users to interact with it and make the metaverse world a reality.
As numerous forward-thinking concept stores, the Mango teen store has spaces for teens photography for social media and other technology features. Reflective walls and ceilings are especially helpful for photos, as they create a futuristic backdrop.
Metaverse stores becoming more popular
Before 2021, the concept of a “Metaverse store” was probably the realm of science fiction, but since interest in the fledgling technology has increased, more Metaverse stores are springing up. Here are three stories covered that involve Metaverse stores or futuristic retail stores which use Metaverse technology.
• Last week, the organization behind the well-known blockchain Solana opened a physical store in Manhattan, NY. Billing itself as the initial Web3-dedicated retail and educational store, the store will provide physical IRL goods plus introducing people to the Solana blockchain.
• Last month, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg, revealed the opening of a virtual metaverse clothing store. Users who visit the store can purchase clothes to outfit their avatars, and the store is available via Meta’s suite of apps: Facebook, Instagram, and Messenger.
• Five months ago, Sketchers beat both of those companies to the punch when they shared plans for a sneaker store in metaverse Decentraland. The sneaker company stated that at the time, it was waiting to connect with customers in new ways and delivering a new experience from Sketchers.
Designed in Barcelona, the Mango Masquespacio teenager store is an appealing twist for the retail industry, that is looking to target younger age groups with increasing purchasing power. Also, as other stories have shown, the Metaverse is also up to innovation, that could lead to some exciting things in the future.