ModCloth is an American online retailer, based in Pittsburgh, PA, USA, that specializes in vintage, vintage-inspired and indie clothing, accessories and decor. ModCloth's website features a blog, ModCloth Blog, that covers fashion trends, cooking, green living and music. ModCloth carries indie labels such as BB Dakota, Tulle, EC Star, Stop Staring, Gentle Fawn and Jeffrey Campbell Shoes. Modcloth now has opened offices in San Francisco. ModCloth was launched as a website in 2002 by Susan Gregg-Koger with the help of her then-boyfriend, now-husband Eric Koger. The pair continued working on the website while attending Carnegie Mellon University. Since 2002, the company has grown enormously with annual revenue in excess of $15 million in 2009.
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