Harvey Nichols, the British luxury department store chain founded in 1831, with its flagship store in Knightsbridge, London, and owned by Hong Kong luxury goods company Dickson Concepts, has announced HN NFT Vault, its NFT retail concept space.
With the launch of the HN NFT Vault at Harvey Nichols Pacific Place store, the company offers a curated selection of NFTs from top blue-chip projects for exploration and sale, including CryptoPunks, Bored Ape Yacht Club, CloneX x Takashi Murakami, RTFKT MNLTH, Azuki, and Doodles.
Through the new space, the company wants to make NFTs more accessible to a broader audience by featuring a range of NFTs from some of the most successful projects globally available for in-store exploration and purchase.
Through the HN NFT Vault, we hope to make NFTs more accessible to a broader audience by featuring a diverse range of NFTs for exploration and sale, with prices ranging from £500 to over £100,000. pic.twitter.com/GsucQjcW2w— Harvey Nichols (@HarveyNichols) April 21, 2022
The collection is curated to cater to both first-time buyers and NFT experts, with prices ranging from £500 to over £100,000 and credit card and cryptocurrency payments accepted.
As part of the new concept, the company has also launched a service allowing NFT owners to showcase and sell their NFTs through the HN NFT Vault, and to even create and purchase apparel based on their NFTs.