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The latest meta-fashion accessories have just dropped for free as the latest collection of Papa Johns’ ‘food meets fashion’ collaboration.

The debut NFT collection from Papa Johns ironically transforms the traditional pizza hot bag into the most desirable fashion accessory for a night out in the metaverse.

With nine hot bag designs on offer including the ‘Papa 1984’, ‘Papa Cheese Melt’ and ‘Papa Tag’, each available in three colours, pizza and fashion fans can all get a slice of the current NFT hype. And they’re available to everyone, everywhere with a record number of 19,840 NFTs to grab while they’re still hot via their website.

The ‘Papa 1984’ NFT bag takes its cues from the Gen Z trend for insulated streetwear, with echoes of the thermal pizza hot bags, blended as a unique fashion accessory.

It also has a logo repeat and a practical, adjustable cross body strap alongside the tote handle, this NFT design is available in three block colourways, with a colour pop tag.

The ‘Papa Cheese Melt’ and Papa Tag’ NFT bags incorporate street art graffiti graphics with dance fashion styling, to spotlight the hip-hop scene from around the same time that Papa Johns opened its doors in 1984.



Papa Johns NFT Hot Bags have been minted on Tezos
Papa Johns NFT Hot Bags have been minted on Tezos

The NFT Hot Bags are the second ironic fashion collection from Papa Johns, who last year took one of the world’s favourite cheeses – Cheddar – and elevated it to fashion status with its own streetwear collection, sold via the international fashion marketplace Depop.

A limited-edition number of real-world hot bags are also on sale at Depop with one also available to win on the NFT microsite by one person who redeems an NFT between now and April 12, 2022.

Papa Johns NFT Hot Bags have been minted on Tezos, an energy-efficient blockchain, which means the NFTs are also energy-efficient.

The bags are selling out fast, but more NFTS are dropping throughout March.

WARNING: Nothing in this article should be read or understood to be financial and/or investment advice. Readers should take their own financial advice from a suitably qualified independent financial adviser before making any investment decisions.

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