Fashion is a global community of diverse and talented people. At FARFETCH we welcome differences and we empower individuality, bringing together an incredible creative community of Farfetchers along with the creators, curators, and consumers of fashion we serve. This whole community is at the heart of our business success.
However, we know positive change is needed to enhance our diversity and ensure inclusion for all. We need to continue to work to enable all Farfetchers to thrive in a culture of inclusion. And there are so many ways in which we can actively champion the value of diversity and inclusion across the whole fashion community.
We have set ourselves the goal to become a leader in conscious inclusion, for Farfetchers and for the fashion community we serve. You can read more about our 2030 goals here.
FARFETCH For All
FARFETCH For All is a guiding principle for how we operate our business and nurture our culture, strengthening the unique combination of our diverse skills and perspectives. We’ve built a positively inclusive strategy that focuses on developing a pipeline of diverse talent that represents our customers and our society. We’ve also created a culture that truly welcomes difference and allows every individual to thrive. Since day one, FARFETCH has been an inclusive community with a variety of voices. With over 70 nationalities represented across our global offices, we continue our journey with inclusion and diversity front of mind.
FARFETCH People Communities
FARFETCH’s culture is created by the people who work here. Because of that, we have empowered Farfetchers to build meaningful People Communities across our offices to further support our FARFETCH For All philosophy. You can hear directly from Farfetchers themselves about the work of those Communities - and the values and culture we are trying to build - through FARFETCH Threads podcast episodes featuring our active People Community Chairs and members.
Designed to be different
FARFETCH has always been a broad community of creators, curators, and consumers of Fashion. We have recently increased our efforts to support black designers as part of that community. This is brought to life by initiatives including our dedicated edits for men and women, and new partnerships with partners like The Folklore, the go-to luxury store for emerging African labels, which helped us introduce 10 new designers from across Africa and the diaspora to our customers.