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July 01, 2015 1:25 AM ET

Internet and Catalog Retail

Company Overview of ModCloth, Inc.

Company Overview

ModCloth, Inc. operates as an online retailer of clothing, accessories, decor products, handbags, and shoes worldwide. It offers dresses, such as special occasion, party, casual, and work dresses. The company also provides tops, including swimwear, blouses, knit tops, sweaters, graphic tees, tunics, outerwear, and intimates. In addition, it offers bottoms, such as skirts, pants, leggings, denim, shorts and rompers, swimwear, and intimates; and shoes, including heels, wedges, boots and booties, flats, and sandals. Further, the company provides swimming products and accessories, including swimwear, bags and wallets, jewelry and watches, tights and socks, belts, sunglasses, scarves, hats, hair ...

115 Sansome Street

9th Floor

San Francisco, CA 94104

United States

Founded in 2002

Phone:

888-495-9699

Key Executives for ModCloth, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer
Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer
Senior Vice President of Product and Growth
Vice President of Service and General Manager of Pittsburgh Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

ModCloth, Inc. Key Developments

Modcloth Announces Executive Changes

Modcloth has brought over an executive from Urban Outfitters to take over as CEO. On Jan. 19, 2015 Modcloth co-founder and CEO Eric Koger will hand the reins over to Matthew Kaness, who most recently served as chief strategy officer at Urban Outfitters. Eric and Susan Gregg Koger started Modcloth in 2002 while they were students at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. Eric Koger will remain with Modcloth to help with the transition and key projects. Susan Koger will remain on in her current role as chief creative officer.

ModCloth Lays Off 70 Employees

ModCloth laid off 70 of its 500 employees in a restructuring that included the departure of about 25 employees in Pittsburgh. The cuts were also made at its company headquarters in San Francisco and at an office in Los Angeles. The reductions were confirmed by the company. Pittsburgh remains the location of ModCloth's fulfillment center and office, as well as its office in Crafton with about 300 employees. The layoffs were made as part of a restructuring to make operations more efficient, including consolidating all product photography in Pittsburgh.

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