Active luxury consumers
of visits each year
Countries and territories served
Brands from over 1,400 luxury sellers
Of the world's leading retailers
Shopping for conscious products is rising in popularity across the globe. The profile of customers buying conscious items largely matches those of an average FARFETCH customer.
Buying quality pieces with longevity is a focus for FARFETCH consumers — they see it as part of their efforts to shop more sustainably.
Demand for luxury pre-owned is growing, increasingly attracting high-value customers looking for an element of rarity, often from iconic brands. Spend on pre-owned is expected to continue to rise.
Many luxury brands are pushing forward with measures to improve their sustainability performance, but the measures taken are still at an early stage. For others, there is still much to be done.
Innovation in data and technology will be key in helping luxury businesses make their practices more conscious. Third-party powered, out-of-the-box solutions are increasingly emerging and can become enablers for this.
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