"We are thrilled to partner with the team at Susan Caplan to offer our global customers access to sucha unique archive collection of Dior jewellery," says Maxim de Turckheim, Farfetch's senior category development manager. "One of the amazing things about Farfetch is being able to partner with boutiques to showcase incredible pieces that can’t be found anywhere else in the world.”
If you're lucky enough to get your hands on one of the archival jewels, it will essentially be like buying a piece of history.The Dior designs date all the back to the '70s, and in the press release, Farfetch says some of the jewels have never been worn before.
“I’m delighted to team up with Farfetch on this archive collection," says Caplan. "Their vision for a more sustainable fashion future is one we share and so to be able to offer their customers access to such a significant slice of Christian Dior history, as well as an opportunity to make a conscious purchase, is something I am very proud of.”