Google Uses Preferences To Create Unwearable Fashions
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When I saw Engadget’s article “Google’s Project Muze creates unwearable fashion pieces” with the subtitle “Work those crazy vines, work those crazy vines on the catwalk.” I just had to click.
And then I had to waste an hour during a layover experimenting with it. They weren’t wrong.
Project Muse is a partnership between Google and Zalando to create virtual fashion designs. The designs are created using Google Fashion Trends reports and the preferences of 600 style experts and customized based on your responses to 5 questions while listening to atmospheric spa music.
Clearly I don’t understand my personal style or maybe I’ll never be fashion-forward.
First is age and gender.
Then it was either an art or music preference question.
Then you have to draw something. Yikes!
Nope, not wearing it.
Answering additional questions like favorite color of ocean or where is my happy place did not make it better.
Apparently I’m not cool enough for vines…
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