London-headquartered Felix Capital, which has already invested in the likes of Peloton, Highsnobiety, Farfetch and Goop, has raised an additional $300 million to continue its strategy of investing in digital lifestyle brands.
Founded in 2014 by Antoine Nussenbaum and Frederic Court, the company did not reveal new backer names.
“With over $600m under management, backed by an institutional and international investor base, we are doubling our size with deeper resources at the start of this new decade,” Felix Capital said in a blog post.
The company intends to use this funding in mostly Series A businesses across Europe and the U.S. with a focus on digital commerce, digital media and connected life. Felix Capital’s portfolio includes a number of digital-first consumer brands (e.g. Anine Bing, Goop, Highsnobiety, Mejuri, Peloton), platforms (e.g. Deliveroo, Farfetch, Moonbug, TravelPerk) and related B2B enabling technologies (e.g. Mirakl, Perfectstay, Unmind, Yoobic).
Antoine Nussenbaum, the partner at Felix Capital, said, “This new fundraising enlarges and strengthens our investor base. We will continue to offer differentiated capital, with an ability to back founders driven by passion, authenticity, and ambition of having a large and positive impact on the world.”