The advent of online shopping has made it exponentially easier for us to shop, with hundreds of retailers just a click away. Leaving the comfort of your house is no longer a necessity to have access to luxury brands like Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Fendi, Supreme, Gucci, Tom Ford, and Prada, as well as streetwear staples like Junya Watanabe, Off-White, and AMIRI.
However, with the great variety of choice available to us, also comes a large variation in quality. To prevent you from sifting through endless Google shopping results or resorting to the same tried and tested sites, we’ve put together the top luxury shopping sites for designer goods, streetwear, one-off collaborations, and ready-to-wear looks.
Here are the top 10 best luxury online shopping sites.
1. Mr Porter
One of the best in the menswear business; if you’ve ever shopped for clothing online, you’ll have inevitably encountered Mr Porter. Mr Porter is an online e-commerce platform that houses luxury clothing and goods. With carefully curated and edited collections, it’s easy to find what you’re looking for on Mr Porter; from luxury menswear labels like Tom Ford, Gucci, and Ermenegildo Zegna, to streetwear favourites like AMIRI, Off-White, and Nike. Additionally, Mr Porter has an editorial section, The Journal, with styling tips, lookbooks, mental health discourse, and lifestyle content.
2. End. Clothing
With an extensive selection of menswear brands, End. Clothing is a go-to for luxury shopping. Though this UK based site carries mid-level brands like Rag & Bone, they also carry streetwear stalwarts like Bape, FUCT, Maharishi, and Stussy, along with luxury labels such as Thom Browne, Givenchy, Dries Van Noten, Rick Owens, Visvim, and Valentino. End. Clothing also seasonally updates its roster of brand with upcoming designers and regularly releases creative, high-quality lookbooks.
SSENSE is a premium retailer stocking labels from established luxury houses to emerging designers and streetwear brands. Based in Canada, SSENSE is primarily comprised of high-end labels from the likes of Issey Miyake, AMIRI, Loewe, Alexander Wang, and Balmain. SSENSE also features an editorial section, providing shoppers with perspectives on their roster of designers and other creatives, as well as other fashion and lifestyle content.
4. Très Bien
The go-to online store for the discerning shopper, Très Bien caters to those who prefer a more selectively curated approach to luxury fashion. This Sweden based menswear retailer takes a minimalist approach and stocks contemporary brands like Acne Studios, Malmö, Adieu, Needles, Martine Rose, Auralee, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Dime, and Y-3.
For those looking for rare or sold-out products, Grailed is the holy grail. Whether you’re after vintage YSL or were too slow to snag the latest Yeezys, Grailed is the place to go. This secondhand marketplace has vintage wares from designers like Chanel and Rick Owens as well as resales of Supreme, Air Jordans, and other hypebeast-esque streetwear.
6. Slam Jam
Slam Jam has long been Italy’s foremost supplier of streetwear. This conceptual site carries wares from the likes of JW Anderson, Comme des Garçons, Dries Van Noten, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Helmut Lang, Public School, and A-Cold-Wall*. As well as stocking streetwear stalwarts, Slam Jam also engages in collaborations of its own, with previous projects involving collabs with Carhartt WIP and Needles. Additionally, their editorial section has a unique visionary feel, filled with editorials, interviews, and brand info.
Canadian based HAVEN has built a name for itself since its inception. The men’s fashion boutique is carefully curated and an ideal place for those who are interested in discovering more Japanese brands, stocking Junya Watanabe, Bape, Wacko Maria, and Sasquatchfabrix amongst offerings from Cav Empt, Stone Island Shadow Projects, and Acronym. HAVEN also stocks its own apparel, flogging t-shirts, logo hoodies, trucker jackets, and flannels.
Canadian based Nomad presents its products in an understated, minimalist way. The store has a tightly curated range of streetwear designers like Junya Watanabe, Calvin Klein, adidas Originals, John Elliot, and OMAC, as well a small inhouse Nomad range consisting of caps, t-shirts, and tote bags.
With products from fashion houses and brands around the world, Farfetch boasts the world’s largest selection of luxury attire and accessories. With established luxury brands such as Altuzarra, AMIRI, Balenciaga, Marni, Fendi, Moncler, and Prada as well as emerging designers on its book, Farfetch offers a wide range of – often discounted – designer wares your fingertips.
Well established as a leading luxury retailer for many years as a brick-and-mortar store, the brand also has an online retail site. The e-commerce site allows customers to access Nordstrom’s wide range of designer products, including garments from Balenciaga, Dries Van Noten, and a Nordstrom x Nike collaboration.