Ai Tominaga, an NFT digital twin of the Japanese supermodel, will appear as NFT. CyberAgent and Startbahn are also involved. At release, this is set to be the first three-dimensional computer graphics model for the digital twin label. The model wears Tomo Koizumi, a designer known for his extravagant designs.
About Ai Tominaga and Tomo Koizumi
Ai Tominaga is a Japanese supermodel and actress. She was one of the first Asian models on the European catwalks. Throughout her career, Tominaga walked in runway shows for Christian Dior, Gucci, Michael Kors, Givenchy and many more. She has also appeared on the cover of Vogue in her native Japan, as well as many other Asian magazines. Currently based in Tokyo, she is making her way into the television, radio and events industries while pursuing her modeling career.
Tomo Koizumi, who will wear the digital twin model, is a Japanese fashion designer. His extravagant looks and bright colors in his clothes have made him famous. He is considered one of Japan’s leading young designers. While working as a costume designer, Lady Gaga wore one of his designs on a visit to Tokyo in 2016. Koizumi majored in art from National Chiba University, where he launched his brand. His work has been featured at New York Fashion Week and the Met Gala. Also in international editions of Vogue, Love, V and WWD. In addition, he also dressed Miley Cyrus.
The digital twin concept and other companies involved
Rendered and reborn as a digital twin, Digital Twin Label has successfully recreated supermodel Ai Tominaga for this NFT. The digital twin captures this “light of life” expression.
An exact start date remains unconfirmed. However, it will launch on OpenSea this summer.
Runbahn, also involved in the collection, is a leading Japanese art-tech company. They aim to enrich society by providing the technology needed by artists and everyone involved in art around the world. In addition, Startbahn operates Startrail, a sustainable and scalable blockchain infrastructure that ensures the reliability, authenticity and traceability of artworks.