As the world becomes increasingly connected, it’s become easier for people to buy luxury fashion from all across the globe without setting foot outside their home. 

We’ve compiled list of the best luxury fashion websites to give you some ideas for where to start your search.

 From iconic brands like Gucci and Louis Vuitton, to newer online-only labels like Farfetch and Fashion Stork, these are the stores with the most range in prices and styles available.

1. Farfetch – 

Farfetch is an online luxury fashion platform whose mission is to make world-class fashion easily accessible to everyone around the globe, by connecting buyers and sellers in a unique and consistent environment. 

They have a wide range of brands, from fashion forward emerging labels such as Rebecca Minkoff and Erdem, to established luxury and high street brands from Christian Louboutin and Hugo Boss, all in one place. 

Farfetch has attracted brands such as Givenchy, Lanvin, and Balenciaga because of the audience it gives them, which includes a variety of luxury shoppers from all over the world.

2. Net-a-Porter – 

Net-a-Porter was founded in 2001, is a British luxury fashion retailer owned by TPG Capital and The Equity Partners, which owns a stake of 60% in e-commerce firm FabFree, which operates the site as an extension of its brand.

It has 15 different catwalks for online customers to browse through, with a vast range of styles and prices available.

3. Yoox –

YOOX was founded in 2000, is an online luxury fashion platform that enables direct sales between consumers and top brands. 

They have an impressive range of over 700 high-end brands, including Balenciaga and Lanvin, as well as emerging designers such as Rosie Assoulin. 

YOOX is a fast-fashion site that offers discounts of up to 70% on designers like Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, and Burberry; their shoes department is particularly impressive.

Bear in mind that many luxury stores do not take any returns or offer refunds for items sold online. Always double check the policies of each store you are shopping at.

Bear in mind that luxury brands will also not offer exchanges online. Be sure to purchase the correct size of shoe before buying, as you may not have a choice once it’s too late.

4. Ssense – 

Ssense is a UK based website that’s suitable for both men and women (as long as you’re shopping from their ‘women’s’ store).

 They offer a wide range of European designers, including Balenciaga, Cushnie et Ochs, and Emilio Pucci. 

Their travel section is particularly useful for travellers looking to find something different on the road such as Michael Kors or Louis Vuitton.

 You can also check out the Senses Mode App to find out what pieces of clothing you need in your wardrobe.

5. Nasty Gal – 

Nasty Gal is basically a platform for selling second-hand stuff that would otherwise be thrown away. 

The brand has a ‘Tear Up’ section on the app where you can upload pictures to see what items you’re still missing out on.

 They strongly stance on being eco-friendly and recycle used or unwanted items of clothing. 

They offer a wide range of brands, from Marc Jacobs and Alexander Wang, to emerging designers such as Nasty Gal’s own label, as well as second-hand brands such as Zara and TopShop.

6. Missguided –

Missguided is a platform that’s based more so on high street UK clothing than its competitors. 

They’re a bit like ASOS but with more in-house brands; they have 150+ brands, including the likes of London Rebel, H&M and Topshop. 

Missguided’s website is also worth checking out for their ‘Lets Get Naughty’ section, where you can send in pictures of items to be picked out in the next three days; you can then buy them straight at their store (without having to pay for delivery).

7. Karmaloop – 

Karmaloop was founded in 1999 and has recently re-launched their website, which is now a new platform for buying exclusive shoes and clothing from independent brands.

 The website offers 30 different designers from the likes of Paul Smith, Rag & Bone, and Y-3.

8. Poshmark –

Poshmark is an online platform for selling clothes and accessories, which is especially popular with students. 

There are different tiers of membership, starting at $3 a month and up to over $500 a year, which include sending a photo of your item to be reviewed by other shoppers and potential buyers. 

The members can then agree on the price and make deals.

 Poshmark has nearly 20 brands on the site including Zara, Topshop, River Island and New Look.

9. Chambury – 

Chambury is a website that’s mainly based in America but offers fashion goods from all over the world, ranging from clothes to shoes.

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