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Cher’s Computer Closet From Clueless is Now Real!

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Cher Horowitz from Clueless should be your fashion icon. If she isn’t you should at least envy her computer closet that helped her pick out outfits every morning. That iconic peice of equipment was famous in and of itself after hte film came out.

Using the computerized wardrobe, Cher was able to search through her clothes and virtually try on an outfit before ever venturing inside her closet, the machine saving her from committing a major fashion crimes like mismatching or wearing white during the wrong time.

However, apparently, computerize closet is now a thing!! This week marks the 20th anniversary of Clueless, so in honor of the date,  the British online-shopping website Metail has created a quasi-replica of Cher’s online closet ”#CherWears.” Visitors can take an online quiz to see if their personality matches the stylings of Cher, Dionne, Tai or Amber, or simply pick one of the 4 virtual models that are reminiscent of the film’s characters. From there, the user inputs their weight, height, bust, waist and hip measurements in order to see the virtual model’s figure transform to the user’s body type. Forbes reports that the body-type match technology is about 92% accurate.

The clothing in the vitual closet are available for purchase from websites like ASOS, Topshop, Bohoo and H&M meaning they are actually kind of affordable. Some of the items look like they are even copies of the characters outfits including Cher’s sleek ensemble she dons while apathetically attending gym class.

 

Clueless to Become a Musical

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I am not even mad about this. The iconic film of the 90’s, Clueless, is officially becoming a musical. Amy Heckerling, the director of the 1995 teen romcom, told Entertainment Weekly, that plans are in progress to adapt the film into a musical stage venture.

Heckerling said that she already written the script for the musical and that Clueless will be a Jukebox musical. This means characters will sing versions of pre-existing songs rather than create entirely new songs. God, I hope someone sings “Rolling with my hommies” at some point.

According to Heckerling, Kristin Hanggi, the Broadway director of Ages will be the director of the upcoming production.

There is no word yet on what songs are going to be featured or who is being eyed to star in the musical production.