Spotlight On Susan Koger’s Revolving Closet
Back in 2012, Susan Koger, the founder of indie online retailer ModCloth, let Matchbook Magazine peep into her own closet. Now, in 2016, I’m suddenly compelled to redress the feature.
Wait, wait, wait. Did you all see that? Can we just talk about what she has going on in there for a minute, years after the fact?
Woman’s probably long-moved out of the house by now. But that doesn’t mean her dressing room can’t lend itself to lively blog chatter, now does it?
Here we see Susan, posing proudly yet demurely, in front of her vast shoe collection:
She’s got the polka dots working to achieve the sweet vibe, and the lion to thwart would-be taker-advantage-ofs. Nice work, Susan.
Here, we have her closet.
It’s certainly well organized, we can agree, albeit unexceptional besides for that.
The fact that she has a boat load of shoes and accessories and clothing doesn’t throw us much for a loop, given her line of work.
Necklaces, okay, moving on, to–
Excuse me, Susan Koger, what is that?!
Are you the only person in real life–discounting every dry cleaners–to have a revolving closet?
And now that we’re discussing this, Susan, I wonder if you’d mind addressing the impetus behind said clothing carousel? Was it limited space? Or an homage to the brilliance of dry cleaning garment retrieval? Or both?
Come to think of it, you might as well add in there how fast it revolves. Does it only have one speed? Or, is there a manic button for when you just want all your clothes to rush by you, a hypnotizing blur of color and pattern?
Does everyone who visits your house request a demonstration?
I know I’m about 4 years late on the inquiry, but as I spend a considerable amount of time in people’s closets and am yet to encounter such an apparatus in one, I feel the curiosity is warranted.
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