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In My Skin
NFT Collection.

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"In My Skin" is a collection that focuses on self-love and body positivity. Seven series comprise the full collection. Each series reflects a different woman's journey of struggle, self growth and personal empowerment, in regard to how she views herself and her body. Clee Images may further evolve and grow the collection with more amazing women and powerful NFTs. It's all woman. It's evoking.


Pre-launch details to be announced shortly.


In My Skin is scheduled to mint this summer.


The Clee Team


Jessica Hunter

Creative Director

Project Coordinator


Carrie Lee

NFT Creator

Community Builder


Aaron "Coxy" Wilcox

Strategic Advisor

Logistics & Development

  • What is direct to film?
    The advent of DTF printing has revolutionized the textile industry and opened up even more possibilities for the textile industry in today’s digital age. The printing process is simple: create digital artwork, print on film, and transfer to fabric.
  • How long does a DTF transfer last?
    It can be washed at least 50 to 60 times if you take the correct washing measures.
  • How does using DTF printing enhance Clee apparel?
    DTF prints have excellent color accuracy and detail, are durable, and look fantastic. Imagery is vivid and sharp.
  • How do I care for my Clee tees and other apparel?
    When you follow the printed garment’s care instructions, the prints will last a long time. They won’t crack, peel, or fade. You may be surprised at how durable these prints are! Care Instructions.... In order to get best wash results it is recommended to turn your garments inside out before you wash. Wash using cold water. Use mild laundry soap. Wash on the most gentle setting also washing the least amount of time. Do not add fabric softener or bleach! For best drying results it is recommend to air dry. Do not dry in direct sunlight to prevent fading. Drying your garments with NO heat will provide the most longevity to your print. If using a dryer, tumble dry. When ironing your garment make sure it is reversed inside out, do not iron the area of the print.
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