Reece Crisp, a former menswear buyer at Harvey Nichols and Selfridges, has joined Farfetch as menswear buying manager.
Crisp joined the independent etail platform earlier this month from Harvey Nichols, where he was buyer for designer and contemporary menswear for two years.
He previously held the same position at Selfridges from 2011 until 2013.
Farfetch is moving to a bigger office at office The Bower on Old Street roundabout in London later this year. It has reportedly agreed a lease for the 12,260 sq ft sixth floor, having already agreed to take the fourth and fifth floors when leasing began on the redeveloped site at the end of last year.
The London office hosts a range of Farfetch teams including business development, customer service, merchandising, marketing, operations and technology.
Farfetch allows 300 global independent boutiques to sell online in 190 countries. It has localised sites in nine languages and offers click-and-collect and return-to-store options across its network.
Last month the business opened its ecommerce platform to allow luxury fashion brands to trade directly on its website or through their own full-price transactional sites.