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Gotta love Farfetch for buying that odd thing that never goes on sale. Want a Danish knit from a shop in the Netherlands, but unsure of sizing? Just buy two and return one with free global shipping and returns.
Of the biggies, I like Farfetch the most, if just for discovery, because it's many buyers from many stores, rather than one specific strategy implemented my a coordinated group. I also like Matches, but if you do enough there, a $1.5K coat starts to seem like a bargain.
 

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Of the biggies, I like Farfetch the most, if just for discovery, because it's many buyers from many stores, rather than one specific strategy implemented my a coordinated group. I also like Matches, but if you do enough there, a $1.5K coat starts to seem like a bargain.
FF seems to be awful as a company to work for, I know a couple people who left just before IPO. It seems they're quite disorganized and unsure of what they are trying to accomplish. Funny they seem big but offices are down the street from mine and it's a relatively small operation. The only thing you can be sure of is that they raise prices before sales so the % discount ends up being effectively less (confirmed this practice).
 

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Of the biggies, I like Farfetch the most, if just for discovery, because it's many buyers from many stores, rather than one specific strategy implemented my a coordinated group. I also like Matches, but if you do enough there, a $1.5K coat starts to seem like a bargain.
Yeah, Matches is great. Kinda like Mr. Porter, but better. Their free almost overnight shipping from the UK is nuts.
 

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