I like this yet I have to admit I'm a little disappointed- In my mom's dress shop they were called "fashion Books' and women would carefully organize their tear sheets By color, occassion, cut... and these were guarded Items were used to help define new looks (ok, sometimes even exact replicas!)
First up there are other stylebook options currently online... though I'm not sure many allow you to embed them!
Secondly as a trend recognition platform... this is brilliant! Almost every woman I know keeps tear- sheets of clothing she likes! Yet for many this would be a huge improvement in organization! Plus I can see it makes it easier to send your "dressmaker or designer to your Stylesaint book!
Yet again misssed a key problem.... that of "FIT" and availability!
women tore because they could not obtain.
Across all sizes ages races! Women collect tear sheets beacause the item is not usually available in their size or pricepoint! Custom is much more than having a say in what style is chosen.
The style data and trend reports alone should be a great source of income...
Now Lets address my pet peeve Price point....
To produce at the prices quoted usually means jobs taken abroad and poor quality in terms of fit. If not construction! So I'll reserve judgement till they produce the first run!
The question no one asked what of design infringement... where does "inspiration" end and "copy" begin.
That said this is definitely one I may even join!
Hey I love tear sheets!