ABOUT

Moda Operandi is an e-commerce platform transforming the way people discover and shop for designer fashion. Through its innovative mix of commerce and content, Moda allows women to shop for what’s new and what’s next in designer fashion from the world’s leading emerging designers and luxury brands. Founded in 2010, Moda Operandi's mission is to make it easy for designers to grow their businesses and consumers to realize their personal style. Today, Moda’s platform carries more than 1,000 brands and designers across fashion, fine jewelry and home, ships to 125 countries, and has raised nearly $300M in funding from top-tier global investors.

 

OUR VISION

Empower style through exceptional design. 

What it means: Moda Operandi exists in the pursuit of exceptional design, from the singular merchandise we offer consumers to the services and experience we provide via our platform.

 

OUR MISSION

Make it easy for fashion designers to grow their business and for consumers to realize their personal style. 

What it means: Make it easy. At the cornerstone of our mission sits our aspiration to streamline and simplify. This philosophy touches every aspect of the Moda organization and empowers our employees, designers, and consumers.

 

OUR CONSUMER PROMISE

Moda Operandi offers top fashion for women, fine jewelry, and décor for the home. With a unique curation of established brands and emerging designers, Moda Operandi is the destination for unique and exceptional pieces.

 

OUR CORE BEHAVIORS

Collaboration 

  • Everyone at Moda shares a common purpose of creating amazing experiences for our Brands and Clients. We have a squad mentality, our work streams are interconnected and interlocked across teams. Togetherness and Collaboration are core to our DNA.

Strategic Thinking 

  • At Moda, we expect people to seek clarity on the outcomes required and then think big to find the best and simplest solution to a challenge. In thinking big, we expect people to engage and connect dots outside of their lane to deliver a huge impact for our Brands and Clients.

Excellence

  • Excellence is about striving for and delivering excellence for our Brands and Clients, as well as each other. It’s reaching for the highest standards and delivering with intensity for maximum impact.

 

PEOPLE SAY YOU…

  • Lean into change
  • Are curious
  • Share and collaborate
  • Inspire others
  • Are passionate

 

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