That's totally up to you, you would need to read up about and study them before buying the first one you come across. You also need the time and the room for a bunny, if you keep it indoors you can litter box train them so they don't fill your house with little bunny turds. This way they won't have to stay locked up in a tiny cage 24/7.
They also should have an actual hutch, room to move around in. They need daily exerceise and contact eith humans or another bunny as it's unfair to buy an animal and keep it alone, licked up, no mental, emotional or physical stimulation. Even bunnies raised for fur and meat have roomy accommodations and a checked on every day.
If you have the money, time, space and knowledge how to care for and groom them including nail care then get the rabbit breed you like the best.