RWT is dedicated to supporting Brands, Sports Teams, Musicians, TV, Film & Sports Personalities to maximise the value of their name, image and IP rights allowing them to create and license their digital Assets within the Metaverse.

Alongside our in house Web3 technical development team using our deep industry experience, network of technology partners and crypto marketplace exchanges we will help build new universal economies, creating scarcity and exciting virtual worlds that give fans regular unique experiences.

As the viability and potential of these metaverses become more prevelent the existing ecosystem will inevitably grow, and the use cases of digital assets, digital licenses such as NFTs and Fan Tokens will naturally increase.

What’s more, investing in the metaverse will not just be limited to trading or holding the tokens. Users can also find many ways to interact with these Metaverse experiences , such as buying NFT avatars, playing games, and much more.


Conceived by virtue of an admiration for iconic graphics, originating from cult films, music and popular culture. The brand’s vision was to create custom caps that featured unique patches using subtle film references and licensed music iconography. Today Lucky Seven continues to bring exclusively designed, culturally inspired collaborations from the world of music, film, art, entertainment and much more, with a growing range of premium headwear.

Rewired Clothing

A London based clothing brand combining contemporary athleisure with streetwear style. Offering a mix of premium basics and seasonal designs, the collections are a response to modern day youth culture.
“Join the movement and Get Rewired”


Our experienced team were responsible for building one of the first fashion brands in partnership with a global celebrity. Working with Liam Gallagher, one of the most iconic frontmen in the music industry, Rewired established the brand from concept through to its current revenues of over £40m pa.


Global streetwear brand, paying homage to both punk and the early British rave culture of the 70s and 80s. Early collections draw inspiration from the past, and track the history of rave by using archive imagery mixed with classic 90s design elements.