Skip to content
search
Fashion Farfetch Collaborates With The Restory To Launch Luxury Repair Services

Farfetch Collaborates With The Restory To Launch Luxury Repair Services

Farfetch Collaborates With The Restory To Launch Luxury Repair Services
Fartech is collaborating with aftercare platform The Restory to launch luxury repair service, Farfetch Fix (Photo: Courtesy of Farfetch)
By Helen Yu
By Helen Yu
February 18, 2021
Bringing your favourite designer items back to life couldn’t get any easier than with Farfetch’s new luxury repair service, Farfetch Fix

Leading online retailer Farfetch is teaming up with aftercare platform The Restory to offer luxury restoration service, Farfetch Fix, which aims to support the circular economy and extend the life of our well-worn luxuries.  

In keeping with the brand’s philosophy of “empowering everyone to think, act and choose positively”, the new initiative will allow customers to have their favourite designer items, including shoes, bags and leather goods returned to their former glory handily that doesn’t involve complicated registration process.

The restoration service begins directly on Farfetch’s website, where customers can book a collection for the items they wish to be restored. The piece will be delivered to The Restory’s atelier securely, where experts assess each piece and quote for their recommended services. Following the approval from the customer, the piece will be restored and returned to a preferred address. 

See also: Eco-Friendly Style: 11 Sustainable Fashion Brands To Shop Now

Photo: Courtesy of Farfetch
Photo: Courtesy of Farfetch
 

"We’ve long drawn inspiration from Farfetch's mix of excellence, purpose and boldness," founder and CEO of The Restory, Vanessa Jacobs, said. "To power the new Farfetch Fix platform, and further the mission of more thoughtful consumption on this scale, is the culmination of years of hard work. I’m so proud of this partnership and of my team. Farfetch will help a global community of luxury enthusiasts fall in love with their favourites all over again." 

Farfetch’s Director of Sustainable Business, Tom Berry, added: “Part of the Farfetch ethos is to be the platform for good—championing initiatives that make fashion more sustainable.” “This partnership with The Restory will allow our customers to cherish their pieces for a little longer and hopefully also make more thoughtful purchases.” 

Discover more about Farfetch Fix and book your restoration here

Tags

Fashion farfetch farfetch fix luxury repair services luxury fashion designer items the restory sustainable fashion handbag repair

clear
keyboard_arrow_up

In order to provide you with the best possible experience, this website uses cookies. For more information, please refer to our Privacy Policy.

close