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Bocconi Speed Mi Up Incubator: Trendee Me – manage your wardrobe!

"Trendee Me" is a recommendation engine that suggests clothing combinations learning from the user’s choices. Designed for fashion addicts, the app is made in Speed Mi Up, a consortium  established by the Milan Chamber of Commerce and Bocconi University. The ultimate question for fashion addicts is: “What shall I wear today”?.

Trendee Me has the answer - “an application that puts order into your wardrobe and creates and saves outfits”. In other words, the app suggests clothing combinations while learning from users behavior. Take a photo of your clothes, shoes, bags and accessories. Organize your wardrobe into categories, colors and tags. After creating the combinations you want, it is possible to share your style with people everywhere.

Marta Rettani along with  Edoardo Esposito and Francesco Facconi worked together on the project. But before joining Speed Mi Up, they focused only on the technical aspect, they didn't think about transforming a prototype into a product. Their idea evolved in Speed Mi Up. Starting an entrepreneurial or professional activity is a complex process. Speed MI Up aims to facilitate and speed up the implementation of business ideas. Bocconi University has a huge role in this project: it is involved in forming young, creative graduates, who are flexible and equipped with an ethical and dynamic state of mind, in order to contribute to the professional and civil growth of Italy.   

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Martina

Università degli Studi di Milano. Laureata in Scienze Internazionali e Istituzioni Europee. I tulipani bianchi, i laghi, i lamponi, i colori dell’autunno, le tragedie greche, la pizza. Costantemente alla ricerca della leggerezza, adoro leggere, ascoltare e raccontare. Amo la bellezza, che uso come criterio con il quale comporre la mia vita.

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