The brand said its own technology will be integrated into the Farfetch operating system.
Revenue in the six months to Sept. 30 was up 9% as new CEO Marco Gobbetti commited fully to luxury.
The space will also host a photography exhibit called “Here We Are” alongside a pop-up café and bookshop.
He will continue as chief creative officer and take on the new title of president in July.
The new appointments hail from Christian Dior and Net-a-Porter respectively.
Designers pulled out all the stops.
Moore’s sculptures were the inspiration behind the label’s February 2017 collection, its second see-now, buy-now outing.
The British brand’s shares, up 6 percent, seem to be reacting to the rumors.