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Gucci and Farfetch tie up for 90-minute delivery
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Apr '17
Courtesy: Gucci
Courtesy: Gucci
Farfetch, a luxury online retailer, has announced its tie-up with Gucci for 'store to door' delivery in 90 minutes. This direct-to-consumer service is initially being made available in 10 cities around the world. Customers need to place their orders for Gucci items through the Farfetch website or app to get the delivery within an hour and a half.

The 90-minute delivery service is available in London, New York, Dubai, Los Angeles, Madrid, Miami, Milan, Paris, Sao Paulo and Tokyo. Farfetch also has a return policy in place that allows customers to decide on a two-hour collection window. The company will then have the items picked up.

"Known for their cutting-edge fashion, retail excellence, and ability to anticipate customer needs, Gucci is the perfect partner to launch this service with. Time is the new luxury and one that we all want more of. At Farfetch we want to give that luxury back to our customers by making as many delivery options available as possible. If you need just the right dress or pair of shoes for dinner that night, we can make sure you have it wherever you are," stated José Neves, CEO and founder, Farfetch, in a press statement.

Farfetch offers Express delivery service in more than 190 countries, click and collect service in over 24 markets and delivers products on the same in 9 cities. (KD)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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