Keeping up with the latest trends is a priority for many fashionistas. However, when it comes to finding a style that is truly unique, the task can become more complicated, especially when creativity is not abundant. To make life easier for fashion enthusiasts, three students from the University of Évora have created a project that, through one application, will allow users to design custom made clothing.
For now, DIY Closet, created by Inês Carvalho, Maria Inês Romero and Tiago Ferro, from the 3rd year of the degree in Management, is still a prototype. However, the project has already won the prize for Best Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Évora.
The application wants to help users create clothes that are completely different from those in stores, whether physical or online. Through specific software, they will be able to combine various pieces and fabrics to create their own style, the University said in a press release.
Although the project is still in its early stages, the three students want to move from plans to action and make DIY Closet a reality. The next steps will therefore aim to work so that it can be adapted not only to different devices including smartphones, tablets and even computers, but also to the two major mobile operating systems: iOS and Android.