YOOX is a one-of-a-kind website that sells, not only luxury and designer fashion, but also a unique blend of design art, decor and home goods, and even books. Most of the fashion pieces on YOOX are highly unique and difficult to find. And the art, decor, and home pieces have very unique aesthetics, many of which are from independent designers and renowned artists. You won't find bland, cookie-cutter items on YOOX. And that's something we love about them. Every time you browse the site you'll find styles you didn't even know existed, and that you didn't even know you'd love! YOOX actively fosters discovery, and in doing so, can help you evolve your style into something a little less conventional.
When it comes to fashion, YOOX features the most sought after designers in the fashion space. Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Stella McCartney, Balenciaga, Prada, the list goes on. And on. And on. And you can find truly anything; dresses, jackets, shoes, bags, accessories, pants, swimwear, undies, etc. Shop by an impressive amount of filters; type, size, price, designer, sleeve style, print, material, sustainability, etc.
It's an enormous aggregation of top-shelf fashion, and as previously mentioned, most of the items tend to be some of the most unique from these designers. Don't be intimidated by the names in their designer list though, the prices are very often marked down, and YOOX offers plenty of items for shoppers on a reasonable budget. You can find luxury dresses in the $50-$200 just as easily as you can find them in the 4-figure price range. YOOX offers an inclusive, and wide range of price points. Pick up some new dresses for $60, or visit the stratosphere and buy a $2,000 Burberry gown.
YOOX isn't all about the bottom line either. One of the things I love about the brand is that they have strong ethical principles that permeate every aspect of the company's operations; from sustainability & environmentalism to responsible pricing and transparency. It's obvious YOOX cares about creating a business model that not only leaves a minimal footprint, but that encourages responsible habits; like say buying high quality clothing that lasts a lifetime instead of recycling one's wardrobe with cheap stuff every season. Always nice to buy from a company that cares about its impact on its customer, its employees, and on the world at large.