What if your next tailor was a robot?
Last year the Estonian start up Fits.me created an adjustable male torso model that could adapt to most measurements in order to show internet users exactly what they would look like wearing any given article of clothing (click here). Now, one year later the female version of the “FitBot” is now available and can adapt to the many forms of a woman’s body (a much greater
feat than the male torso ). The London based store Hawes & Curtis, a specialist in tailor-made shirts
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and jackets has tested out the Fits.me system with success, geting a 57% conversion rate among clients already familiar with the male bot. Same deal for the catalogue Quelle, in Germany, whose return and exchanges have gone down since using the bots.