Cher Horowitz's closet in 'Clueless' becomes a reality

Cher Horowitz's closet in 'Clueless' becomes a reality

Automated dressing

Image: Metail
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British online technology company, Metail, has launched its version of the iconic digital closet Cher Horowitz famously used in the 1995 classic film, ‘Clueless’

As if! Today, Metail, the London-based company has launched a real-life version of Cher's unique digital closet...

Users can enter their height, weight and other sizes to create their own 3D  'MeModel' to try on various looks that can be shared via the 'Share' button, on Facebook or sent to friends via an e-mail link.  Metail is now the first online fitting room technology to allow consumers to share an outfit choice on their own self-made model.

"We know through feedback that the 'Share' option is key to moving our user experience forward. Sharing outfit combinations with friends for comment and advice in the same way that consumers shop for clothing on the high street has been a key experience missing from the online shopping experience, until now.", said Metail's chief executive officer Tom Adeyoola.



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