ModCloth

At ModCloth, we believe every outfit is an opportunity to express yourself. Started in 2002 by college student, Susan Gregg Koger, we’ve grown from a tiny dorm room to become a truly innovative fashion retailer. We now have three offices across the country, hundreds of amazing employees, and more brick-and-mortar stores on the way!

But our passion goes beyond great clothes. Since day one, we’ve championed values of female empowerment and inclusivity. We’re dedicated to serving our community of women by celebrating their stories and offering a full range of sizes. Because everyone deserves to fit right in.

Care to join us?

Website : http://www.modcloth.com
Industry : Retail
Company size : 201-500 employees
Headquarters : Los Angeles, CA
Type : Public Company
Founded : 2002
Specialties : ecommerce, fashion, crowdsourcing, vintage, dresses, clothing, apparel, plus size clothing, and womens fashion
Location : 115 Sansome Street San Francisco, CA 94104
Willful Violator: No  
H1B Dependent: No  
Economic Sector: n.a.
NAICS Industry: Apparel, Piece Goods, and Notions Merchant Wholesalers; Clothing Stores

Contacts:

Susan Otto | Chief People Officer | 115 Sansome Street – Suite 900 San Francisco, CA | 415-800-5600 | [email protected]

Brandon Lukach | Hr Director | 115 Sansome Street – Suite 900 San Francisco, CA | 415-800-5600 | [email protected]

Armaity Patel | Senior Director Hr | 115 Sansome Street – Suite 900 San Francisco, CA | 415-800-5583 | [email protected]

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