Belgian boutiques in shopping network

Belgian boutiques in shopping network

Eleven Belgian fashion boutiques have joined the international luxury web shop Farfetch.com, which allows customers to pick up products locally, even though they were ordered all across the world, starting from today.

Service launched today

Farfetch.com currently unites more than 300 independent fashion boutiques from all across the world and 11 Belgian stores (Coccodrillo, Dany May, Renaissance, SN3, Verso, Cube Menswear, Rio Store, Irina Kha and Katheleys Vintage) from Antwerp, Brussels, Ghent, Liege and Verviers will now feature on the website as well.

 

More than 2,500 brands are available on the website and in 26 different countries. According to Stephanie Horton, chief marketing officer for British Farfetch, the new service "follows how people live and work nowadays".

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