In the middle of her honeymoon in Italy last spring, Melissa London suddenly found her thoughts turning to — of all things — Internet commerce.

A window display in a Roman boutique triggered a relapse of what London, then a first-year associate at Cravath, Swaine & Moore, calls her “recurring whine” — complaints about the trouble petite women have in finding clothes that fit.

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