For lovers of beautiful fashion.

Words by

Veronica Jenkinson

Australian designers are now set to join more than 300 of the world's best independent designer boutiques from Paris, New York, Milan and Tokyo on Farfetch.

As we're all well aware, Farfetch is the bomb. And as it turns out, Australia is one of their top five markets. Obviously we have good taste.

Thanks to their unique approach, forward-thinking and diverse local boutiques Le Louvre, The New Guard and Elle will be signing on. Not to mention the likes of Alex Perry, Ginger and Smart, Bassike, Dion Lee and Scanlan and Theodore.

Much fashion. Very wow.

Given that earlier this year, after some lucrative investments, Farfetch was valued at $1 billion, expanding makes sense. Looks like it's good news all 'round.


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