The life of a M'Odette—the term coined for luxury fashion e-tailer 's chic employees—is a glamorous one, or at least seems to be via Instagram. The three-year-old company, helmed by boldface names like Lauren Santa Domingo, Indre Rockefeller, Bettina Santo Domingo, and Hayley Bloomingdale, has broken e-commerce boundaries by allowing shoppers to pre-order runway looks months before they hit stores. Here, we take a look inside their Manhattan headquarters designed by Daniel Romualdez.
Moda Operandi's social media editor Hayley Bloomingdale manning the office's front desk.
A fitting-room suite painted with trompe l'oeil boiserie.
An arrangement by New York City's Brrch Floral serves as a grand centerpiece in the conference room.
Merchandise manager and creative director of trunkshows Indre Rockefeller sits in the office's waiting room.
Peach-hued curtains enclose a private dressing room.
The office's waiting room designed by Daniel Romualdez is a study in feminine eclecticism.