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Moda Operandi (company)

Moda Operandi (company)

Moda Operandi is a New York City-based fashion company founded by Aslaug Magnusdottir.

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Timeline

June 9, 2012
Moda Operandi raises a $36,000,000 series C round from New Atlantic Ventures, New Enterprise Associates and RRE Ventures.
June 27, 2011
Moda Operandi raises a $10,000,000 series B round from New Atlantic Ventures and New Enterprise Associates.

Funding rounds

People

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Role
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Abbie Fossaceca

Employee

Adam Dadson

Employee

Adam Polt

Employee

Alejandra Ferreyros

Employee

Alexa Cleary

Employee

Alpay Koralturk

Employee

Amanda Johns

Employee

Ana Paola Mtz

Employee

Andrew Gimsong

Employee

Anissa Benadrete

Employee

Anthony Falletta

Employee

Arden Fanning

Employee

Aslaug Magnusdottir

Founder

Brooke Bevans

Employee

Busola Babatunde

Employee

Caitlin Bahari

Employee

Carmen Busquets

Investor

Caroline Blavet

Employee

Carolyn Yoo

Employee

Catherine Valencia

Employee

Charlotte Fetridge

Employee

Christine Choi

Employee

Cristina Echeverri Arboleda

Employee

Damaris Suarez

Employee

daniel emilio

Employee

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News

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Dominic-Madori Davis
November 14, 2020
Business Insider
Apparis' millennial cofounders Amelie Brick, 37, and Lauren Nouchi, 29, have won backing from Karlie Kloss and Cam Newton for their vegan coatwear.
Ingrid Lunden
January 31, 2020
TechCrunch
Moda Operandi, an online marketplace for luxury fashion, accessories and home decor, is today announcing a high-priced event of its own: it's raised $100 million, a mix of equity and debt that it will use to invest in its platform and technology as well as to continue growing business overall, which was founded in 2010 [...]
Joe Williams
October 3, 2019
Business Insider
Arpan Nanavati is hoping to use consumer data to solve one of the industry's core problems: understanding fashion taste.
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