Black Friday designer sale 2020: the best designer discounts to shop right now

Bag yourself a luxury bargain with these Black Friday designer deals...

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This year's Black Friday designer discounts are bigger and better than ever – with a plethora of discounts up for grabs, including Gucci Black Friday deals.

There's no better time than Black Friday to bag a designer bargain - whether you're looking to invest in one of the best designer bags, or you have your eye on a smaller luxury treat for that special someone. 

Department stores and luxury online hotspots have launched their Black Friday deals, including Selfridges, Net-a-Porter, Harvey Nichols and The Outnet.

With discounts on everything from Mulberry handbags to Hermes scarves up for grabs, here are the best Black Friday designer deals in the 2020 sale...

Which designers have the best Black Friday deals?

While many designers may not directly participate in Black Friday through their official websites or stores, what is advantageous for shoppers is that the stockists of the luxury labels all do take part in Black Friday.

Thanks to the likes of The Outnet, Selfridges, Harvey Nichols and Net-a-Porter, there are a vast number of designer discounts to be had.

Selfridges launched their Black Friday sale early this year, offering customers 20% off an impressive range of luxury labels.

Net-a-Porter has also kick-started their Black Friday offers too - with up to 50% off key brands including Victoria Beckham, Ganni and Emilia Wickstead.

And luxury department store Harvey Nichols has unveiled a whole week of offers, dubbed 'cyber week'. Shoppers can get up to 40% off selected items. Brands include Coach, Burberry and Valentino.

If you don't know where to start, let us lend a helping hand. We've rounded up the best designer deals to shop right now to make nabbing a bargain a total breeze.

Best designer discounts ahead of Black Friday:

Stella McCartney Carmen colour-blocked pleated midi skirt £1050 £735 (save £315) |Harvey Nichols 

This statement skirt will add a pop of colour to your wardrobe. Crafted from faux leather, it has a midi-length with flattering pleat detail. Keep the rest of your outfit simple when wearing this bold number.View Deal

See by Chloe Wool-felt coat, £520 £364 (save £156) | Net-a-Porter

Get 30% off on this classic wool-felt coat, which is perfect as we head into the colder months. The 'pottery brown' shade is also a crowd-pleaser as it goes well with a whole host of outfits.

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The Vampire's Wife The Bombette tiered floral-print silk maxi dress £1495 £747.50 (save £747.50) |Net-a-Porter 

Get ready to ooze romance in this ruffle maxi dress. The monochrome colour palette makes it timeless and easy to style, whilst the maxi length gives it a dramatic effect.View Deal

Zimmerman Ruffle-trimmed Swiss-dot silk-crepon blouse £530 £302 (save £228) |The Outnet 

Made from 100% silk, this pretty pink blouse will elevate any outfit. Featuring a classic polka dot print and romantic ruffles, it's delicate and feminine and certainly deserves a place in your wardrobe. Team with leather leggings or your favourite jeans.View Deal

Gianvito Rossi 70 Suede Sandals £545 £272.51 (save £272.49) |Net-a-Porter 

We promise you will get so much wear out of these strappy sandals. With a low-mid heel, they are comfy enough for all-day wear too. Team with a floaty midi skirt and chunky knit.View Deal

Diane Von Furstenberg Striped crepe midi wrap dress £383 £190 (save £193) |The Outnet 

Diane Von Furstenberg basically invented the wrap dress so they're definitely one to add to your designer collection. Universally flattering, they cinch you in at the middle with a beautiful tie-waist. The colourful stripes on this beauty gives it the wow factor.View Deal

Longchamp Le Pliage Club backpack £80 £64 (save £16)| Selfridges 

One of the most symbolic styles from French luxury brand Longchamp, the Le Pliage Club backpack is a modern icon.  Get it for 20% off at Selfridges before it goes. View Deal

Ganni Floral-print recycled-polyester georgette mini dress £175 £140 (save £35)| Selfridges 

This cherry blossom print Ganni dress is pretty as a picture. Pair it with knee high boots and a teddy coat for optimum winter chic. View Deal

Burberry wool gabardine trench coat with detachable warmer £1,990 £990 (save £1000) | Harvey Nichols 

The classic Burberry trench gets an update for winter 2020 with this timeless A-line wool gabardine style. Finished with a detachable quilted warmer in a contrast brown tone, this one's both pretty and pragmatic. Now an incredible £1,000 off ahead of Black Friday.View Deal

Ganni leopard print midi-dress £400 £160 (save £240)| Farfetch  

This Ganni leopard midi-dress is a wardrobe hero you'll wear and love for many years to come. Now a huge 60% off at Farfetch ahead of Black Friday, the silk-mix wrap dress is top of our wish list.View Deal

Coach Tabby pebbled-leather shoulder bag £395 £316 (save £79) | Selfridges 

There are some brilliant deals on Coach in the Selfridges Black Friday sale – and we've got our eye on this classic Coach Tabby shoulder bag, now £79 off. View Deal

Black Friday designer sale deals: Where to shop the discounts

Harvey Nichols is offering up to 40% off designer goodies for its 'cyber week' including Gucci, Stella McCartney and Burberry.

Likewise, Net-a-Porter is jumping on the bandwagon with up to 50% off for Black Friday. With brands that range from Prada to Cartier, you can pick up something truly luxurious.

If you're hoping to shop designers like Yves Saint Laurent, Burberry, Off White or Reformation then Selfridges will be your go-to this year – they're offering 20% off with code SELFCCE at the checkout.

For even bigger savings, head to discounted luxury retailer The Outnet this year. For designer clothes but with an unbeatable discount, The Outnet is your go-to. This year they are offering up to 70% off, plus an extra 25% off. With Alexander McQueen, Dolce & Gabbana and Jimmy Choo just some of the designers sold through The Outnet, the site is definitely one to dash to this year.

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