Someone kindly left a comment with a link forwarding me to nn4m a website designed to allow you to organise your clothing and linked to high street retailers so you can plan your consumption in advance.
This leads on nicely from my previous posting about touch closet and weardrobe – both software programmes allowing you to organise your style. No need for mirrors allows you to mix and match outfits (including accessories) and then explore the alternatives in a virtual changing room. Favourites can be stored in the outfit library and you can also plan in advance by linking up outfit selections to a virtual diary.
I think all three examples illustrate how rapidly technology is evolving around us. This presents new opportunities and methods for fashion participation, changing how we as a society engage.