Examples of Magento 2 Websites

Following the general release of Magento 2 in November 2015, there have been a number of well-publicised stores that have either re-platformed or upgraded to the new version of Magento. Although there aren’t too many mainstream stores that have moved over at this point, there are a number of Magento 2 sites that are generally referenced by agencies and developers when discussing how stable Magento 2 is. Following on from my other post, which showcases what I consider to be strong Magento sites / implementations, I decided to publish a new one focused solely on Magento 2 stores, which I’m aiming to keep updated.

Here are some of the Magento 2 websites that I’m aware of at this point – if you know of any others, please feel free to add them in the comments and I’ll update the post.

This post was last updated in June 2018

 

END Clothing (Magento 2 Commerce – On-premise)

END Clothing

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Paul Smith (Magento 2 Commerce – On-premise)

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Paperchase (Magento 2 Commerce – On-premise)

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Bulk Powders (Magento 2 Commerce – Cloud)

Bulk Powders

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Richer Sounds (Magento 2 Commerce)

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Helly Hansen (Magento 2 Commerce – Cloud)

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O’Neills (Magento 2 Commerce )

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Erdem (Magento 2 Open Source)

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Silent Night (Magento 2 Commerce)

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Les Girls Les Boys (Magento 2 Open Source)

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Cycle Republic (Magento 2 Commerce)

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Land Rover (Magento 2 Commerce)

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Jaguar (Magento 2 Commerce)

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Byredo (Magento 2 Open Source)

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Soak & Sleep (Magento 2 Commerce – Cloud)

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Oliver Sweeney (Magento 2 Commerce – Cloud)

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Venroy (Magento 2 Commerce)

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Linda Farrow (Magento 2 Open Source)

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Urbanista (Magento 2 Commerce)

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Graze.com Shop (Magento 2 Commerce)

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Sol (Magento 2 Commerce)

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Alexa Chung (Magento 2 Open Source)

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EZ Prints (Magento 2 – version unknown)

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Charles & Colvard (Magento 2 Commerce)

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Tom Dixon (Magento 2 Commerce)

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As I mentioned above – if you think I’ve missed any Magento 2 stores, please feel free to drop me an email (mail@paulnrogers.com) or add them in the comments.

 

Paul Rogers

Paul is an experienced eCommerce Solutions Consultant, specialising in all aspects of replatforming, requirements gathering and platform selection projects.

Paul has worked with most mainstream eCommerce platforms and has supported complex replatforming projects with retailers from all over the world. Paul also works on functional customer experience projects and solutions work with various platforms - primarily Magento and Shopify Plus.