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New Social Site Lets Real People Set Fashion Trends
Psassy.com Offers Passionate Fashionistas a Creative Platform for Sharing Their Distinctive Styles with the Real World.
“Psassy is the go-to destination for real people to spot, share, and even start trends,” said Mahmood Bagheri, founder and CEO. “It’s a place where individuals can share their everyday life wardrobe favorites, fashion ideas, and inspiration.”
CREATE, CAPTURE, CURATE
Fashion attests to the power of visuals. At Psassy.com, members are encouraged to share photos of themselves and their favorite outfits. Members can follow each other, comment, and share information on where to buy items by tagging their images to brand sites or online merchants. A unique feature is the ability to follow trends and favorite fashions by geographical location, event, style of clothing, or season.
Psassy.com is an easily accessible platform with direct photo uploading capabilities from web and mobile sources. Membership is free and log-in is facilitated through major social media outlets, including Facebook and Google+. An Android mobile app is planned for the third quarter of 2014.
BENEFITS FOR BRANDS
Psassy co-founder Amir Ali Tavallaee anticipates that fashion e-marketers will recognize the value of directly connecting with fashion enthusiasts on a site dedicated to fashion. “Psassy provides a unique venue for brands and merchants to target individual potential customers based on their body types and fashion preferences,”
http://www.psassy.com is a social media platform where fashion enthusiasts get wardrobe advice, fashion inspiration, or practice (amateur) modeling.
Departing from the traditional practice of brands and fashion editors setting trends and promoting new styles, Psassy galvanizes the crowdsourcing of fashion ideas. At Psassy.com, the modeling job is an open platform and members can curate fashion related content and promote their preferred styles. Psassy gives real people the opportunity to become trendsetters in fashion, even if they are not pursuing a professional modeling career.
Page Updated Last on: Jun 29, 2014