Re.Mu is a fashion curation startup based in Taiwan. Re.Mu lets users upload pictures of their clothes and accessories by different categories, also offering a way for people to organize and keep track of their clothes, bags, shoes etc. It has recently received an undisclosed amount of seed round funding from TMI and KAMIA ventures. The startup plans to use the funding to hire people and expand to South East Asia and the US market.

Re.Mu was founded in late 2012 by Alvin Woon and Emily Yang. It is available as an app on iOS (released in late September 2013) and Android (released in mid November 2013) and as a web-based version.

The startup claims to have 30,000+ users in Taiwan and close to 400,000 page views a month. The company shared that they have seen initial traction from the US, Japan and Chile. Currently there are more than 50,000 pictures uploaded and more than 200,000 votes/comments generated on the site.  They’ve also collaborated with fashion retailers and media such as she.com.tw on marketing campaigns.

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Vallabh Rao

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