Milady Maker

Milady Maker is a collection of 10,000 generative neochibi-style profile pictures (pfp) inspired by the street-style tribes of Y2K Japan and it is hosted on the . [3][1][2][4]


An online collective called Remilia whose CEO was (“Charlie” or “Charlemagne”) launched the Milady Maker avatars in August 2021. Initially, the idea was to give holders access to a “​​highly customized Minecraft server”. The Milady project soon expanded its ecosystem to involve NFT banners, mixtapes, VRtube, a bootleg merch store, and more. [5]

Milady's generate a variety of accessories, and their overall stylishness is rated with a drip score, which helps tie value to aesthetics over pure trait scarcity.[6]

The art for Milady NFTs is created by a digital artist named Sprite Bonkler[7], who has a childlike take on anime illustration and produces all of the art for Milady Maker.[6]

Drip Score

The Drip Score is a rating system used in the Milady Maker NFT collection to assess the overall stylishness of each Milady. It takes into account the rarity of each cosmetic item, the prominence of each slot, and any theme or costume complete badges earned. The Drip Score is designed to help tie value to aesthetics over pure trait scarcity, and each Milady is given a letter grade for their Drip Score, ranging from D to SS.

Some have criticized the decision to use “SS,” rather than just “S,” given the shared initials with the Nazi paramilitary organization, however, CEO Charlotte Fang denied any such connection. [8]

Collectors may use the Drip Score to assess the value and uniqueness of a particular Milady and determine its potential as a collectible asset. [6]


Milady, that B.I.T.C.H

On September 6th, 2021, Milady launched a project titled 'Milady, that B.I.T.C.H' which claimed to use AI to generate an anagram T-shirt using the capital letters B I T C H and fill in the rest of the word automatically. [9]


Soon after its launch, many collectors found that a spin-off collection featured avatars wearing t-shirts with the word “Treblinka”, a major Nazi concentration camp. The project denied this claiming that they randomly generated the phrases using text from multiple sources. [5]


In March 2022, Some Twitter users alleged that Remilia, the online collective behind Milady was linked to a now-defunct, white supremacist collective called Kaliacc[11]. Kaliacc is short for “Kali Yuga Accelerationism”, which refers to the Vedic Yuga Cycle. [5][8]

“…the miłady maker/remiłia team is a neo-nazi grooming cult that has been exploiting and coaxing underage girls into self harm + worse for years under the name kaliacc,” — dexter (@planet_nerf) March 13, 2022.[10]


In May 2022, the pseudonymous (DeFi) developer  alleged that , Milady’s creator, was “Miya” – a pseudonymous online entity that allegedly spread hatred against Blacks, homosexuals, and Jews[12].

There were also unconfirmed reports on Twitter that accounts related to Miya apparently urged young girls toward being anorexic and that the persona was involved in "systemspace," an alleged online cult popular on bulletin site 4chan. [13]**

A few days later, Fang explained in a tweet.

“OK, full disclosure: I was Miya. And its toxic baggage that’s hurting Milady community & poisoning the vibe. I apologize about trying to hide the past account—Miya has nothing to do with Milady Maker & should stay that way so I’ll be stepping down from the team from here.”  wrote. [14]

In the tweet thread, Fang wrote the Miya profile had “nothing to do with” the Milady Maker and added: “Unequivocally, my real views hold no room for hate, and I detest abusers & groomers – trolling about it was juvenile, but in reality, I’ve never harmed a fly.” [8]

This confession by started a downward trend in the NFT value, from late May until mid-June, 2022, when it started to decrease significantly, losing over two thousand dollars in floor price in a week. [9]

Elon Musk and Milady

On May 11, 2023, Milady NFT collection floor price increased by over 57% within 24 hours after the CEO of Twitter, tweeted a meme using the imagery of a Milady NFT which caused an increase in the price of the collection. The message on the image, says, “There is no meme. I love you.”  [16]

On May 11, Milady (LADYS), a self-organized memecoin not affiliated with the official Milady team but based on the Milady (NFT) collection, surged by over 5,250% within 24 hours. [15]


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