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Harvey Nichols' luxury Click & Collect

With Click & Collect rapidly becoming the norm, new spaces are opening up in which brands can layer attractive in-person experiences on top of a digital shop. For Harvey Nichols that comes in the form of Click & Try – a new luxury styling service for online shoppers.

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