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"Your avatar represents you," said Imani McEwan, a Miami-based fashion model and NFT enthusiast. "Basically what you're wearing is what makes you who you are." Image: Unsplash/Sean Do

Elizabeth Howcroft

Editorial Trainee, Reuters

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