Farfetch

Farfetch kicked off its winter sale last week, but that’s not all the e-commerce giant has to offer. For Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the luxury platform is offering further markdowns on already discounted items.

Until November 27 at 10 a.m. GMT, online shoppers can enjoy an extra 20 percent off its vast selection of sale items, including FW18 apparel, shoes, and accessories from the likes of JW Anderson, Heron Preston, Calvin Klein, and Unravel Project, to name a few. When you consider the fact that the Farfetch sale already has markdowns of up to 50 percent, this additional deal is not to be missed if you’re looking to cop some steezy wardrobe additions before the holidays.

Below is a selection of our favorite new additions to the Farfetch sale to add straight to cart while the deal applies. In there, you’ll see head-turning accessories such as Calvin Klein 205W39NYC’s clear logo-printed bag and JW Anderson’s iconic striped neckband, as well as classic luxury finds such as a pair of leather loafers by Salvatore Ferragamo, featuring the brand’s signature double Gancini bit detail.

As with all Black Friday deals, these promotions won’t be around forever. Act fast or forever pay full price for your luxury cops.

Deal: Extra 20 percent off sale items
Dates: November 22 — November 27
Areas: US, Canada, Middle East
Code: x20BF

Socks

Unravel project

$40

Neckband

JW Anderson

$161

Track Pants

MSGM

$142

Twisted Jeans

KENZO

$168

Shirt

Calvin Klein 205W39NYC

$288

Loafers

Salvatore Ferragamo

$467

Transparent Logo Bag

Calvin Klein 205W39NYC

$408

Graffiti Print Bomber

MSGM

$490

Jacket

Joseph

$537

Fur Collar Jacket

Unravel project

$939

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