CoRe: Color Regression for Multicolor Fashion Garments

6 Oct 2020  ·  Alexandre Rame, Arthur Douillard, Charles Ollion ·

Developing deep networks that analyze fashion garments has many real-world applications. Among all fashion attributes, color is one of the most important yet challenging to detect. Existing approaches are classification-based and thus cannot go beyond the list of discrete predefined color names. In this paper, we handle color detection as a regression problem to predict the exact RGB values. That's why in addition to a first color classifier, we include a second regression stage for refinement in our newly proposed architecture. This second step combines two attention models: the first depends on the type of clothing, the second depends on the color previously detected by the classifier. Our final prediction is the weighted spatial pooling over the image pixels RGB values, where the illumination has been corrected. This architecture is modular and easily expanded to detect the RGBs of all colors in a multicolor garment. In our experiments, we show the benefits of each component of our architecture.

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