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The Indie Rock Coloring Book: August’s Book of the Month Giveaway

Book of the Month: The Indie Rock Coloring Book

Going to an art gallery—pretty sophisticated, huh? Attending an indie rock show—super cool. Coloring—FUN! That’s exactly what you can do with The Indie Rock Coloring Book, our August Book of the Month!

Created by the do-gooders at Montreal organization …

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ModCloth’s Stylish LA Team Lends Their Expertise to Teens

Ever wish you were a personal shopper? Us, too! That’s exactly what a crew of our LA-based ModEmployees did this month in the name of a great cause at The Working Wardrobe‘s Dream Girls & Distinguished Gentlemen event!

Each …

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Significant Objects for a Significant Cause

Significant Objects Metal Flowers

Metal Flowers Photo: Significant Objects

How can you take a simple, dime store tchotchke and turn it into something valuable?  Just ask Rob Walker and Josh Glenn, founders of the Significant Objects project. These gentleman started Significant Objects to test …

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365 Days Later: The Uniform Project

She did it. Sheena Matheiken, the woman who stole our hearts with her creativity, impeccable styling, and unique fundraiser The Uniform Project, has survived 365 days of wearing the same little black dress. We caught up with the …

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Soles4Souls: Gently Worn Shoes for an Amazing Cause

Soles4Souls

Photos: Soles4Souls

On January 12, when the shocking news of Haiti’s catastrophic earthquake broke, I immediately searched for ways to help the recovery efforts and victims. Luckily, ModCloth was on the same exact page.

In addition to two highly successful …

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Celebrating Women’s History Month with The Uniform Project

Image: theuniformproject.com

For our final Women Making History post, we’re featuring a woman who just might be the greatest stylist in the world. Sheena Matheiken of The Uniform Project has worn the same dress since May 1, 2009 to raise money for …

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