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  • Farfetch provides yacht delivery service
  • Farfetch provides yacht delivery service
    Elliott Brown (2012) ©
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Farfetch provides yacht delivery service

It’s a problem many of us encounter while drifting somewhere in the Mediterranean. You recline onboard your pristine yacht, cradling a glass of Dom Perignon. But horror! You need a new dress for tonight. No need to fear, Farfetch is here with a brand new yacht delivery service.

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