Gucci, Chloe and Saint Laurent are among the top-selling brands to Australia on Net-A-Porter.
Contemporary labels such as Ganni and Acne Studios are also topping purchases, ragtrader.com.au can reveal.
Net-A-Porter global buying director Elizabeth von der Goltz said Australians have specific tastes when purchasing from the eCommerce giant.
"Our Australian customers are stylish, contemporary and sophisticated. They are confident, discerning in her fashion choices, and more likely to take risks."
She said footwear was a particularly strong category for the market.
"From the Castaner espadrilles, to the Gucci Ace sneakers, our Australian customers are shopping shoes."
Net-A-Porter currently stocks over 40 Australian designer brands.
"They resonate very well with our global customer," von der Goltz said. "There is a playfulness and unique view point from the Australian designers we carry on Net-A-Porter.
"Even our EIP’s (Net-A-Porter's extremely important people) are requesting more and more of our Australian brands, like Camilla, Dion Lee, Ellery and Zimmermann, showcasing that designer shoppers are just as willing to buy Australia brands."