Abstract: Given an image of a target person and an image of another person wearing a garment, we automatically generate the target person in the given garment. At the core of our method is a pose-conditioned StyleGAN2 latent space interpolation, which seamlessly combines the areas of interest from each image, i.e., body shape, hair, and skin color are derived from the target person, while the garment with its folds, material properties, and shape comes from the garment image. By automatically optimizing for interpolation coefficients per layer in the latent space, we can perform a seamless, yet true to source, merging of the garment and target person. Our algorithm allows for garments to deform according to the given body shape, while preserving pattern and material details. Experiments demonstrate state-of-the-art photo-realistic results at high resolution (512×512).
Abstract: Kathleen M Lewis, Srivatsan Varadharajan, Ira Kemelmacher-Shlizerman (Google Research, MIT CSAIL, University of Washington)