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  • Shoppable guides for fashionable tourists
  • Shoppable guides for fashionable tourists
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Shoppable guides for fashionable tourists

As digital technology allows us to feel more at home in foreign locations than ever before, brands and companies are looking to cash in on this feeling of belonging. Luxury e-tailor Farfetch has launched a new app called Discover that turns cities into shoppable landscapes.

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