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  • Farfetch x Stadium Goods evens up luxe resale market
  • Farfetch x Stadium Goods evens up luxe resale market
    Lasaye Homme (2018) ©

Farfetch x Stadium Goods evens up luxe resale market

Luxury retail brand Farfetch has acquired high-end sneaker and streetwear marketplace, Stadium Goods. FarFetch's buyout signals how the luxury fashion world now converges with streetwear's, and how luxe shoppers in particular, expect hunting down rare or exclusive items to be far easier.



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    With Chinese Gen Yers and Zers inheriting considerable wealth from a rapidly expanding middle class, luxury fashion consumption is increasingly driven by streetwear instead of catwalks. Yet while global brands remain highly valued, why are young shoppers investing in local labels?

  • Article image How has streetwear culture inspired retail?

    Considered the most disruptive force to come into collision with the clothing industry this century, streetwear – and hype culture – has transformed fashion. With established brands now vying for a piece of the streetwear community, how has this sub-culture influenced modern fashion?

  • Article image Farfetch: ‘phigital’ experiences for shy shoppers

    As more Britons bypass the high street for their shopping needs, brick-and-mortar retailers are having to raise their game to survive in an increasingly digital landscape. By introducing a host of technologies to physical stores, Farfetch is making the offline experience feel more like e-commerce.

  • Article image How hype and rarity fuel the streetwear resale market

    The resale market for streetwear has expanded from niche online communities to form a sizeable part of the $18 billion apparel resale industry. But who are the key players in this world? And what drives people to spend small fortunes to secure particular sneakers, t-shirts and hoodies?