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Zara and SHEIN are entering the resale market by championing “sustainable” issues without having changed their business model.
Fashion is now being affected by inflation and stratospheric price increases that make access to it a privilege.
Zara is once again launching a new collection for Halloween night with which you will be the diva of the night without the need to dress up.
Zara surprises with a new creative union launching its first collection with a supermodel, Kaia Gerber.
Let’s talk about the new generation of collaborations between fast fashion brands and independent designers.
Zara Home Madrid has opened a space in San Sebastián de los Reyes where a team of 14 people with different types of disabilities work.
The Renewcell X Zara collection, made from the disruptive technology developed by the company, has just been released.
In a new attempt to grab all the attention, Zara has chosen Fai Khadra as the star of its latest campaign.
Zara has unveiled a collaboration with renowned Filipino-American designer, Rhuigi Villaseñor for this spring/summer 2022.
Good American, the clothing brand founded by Khloé Kardashian, teams up with the Zara team to present a series of denim garments.
After launching its first virtual collection in collaboration with Ader Error, Zara is now back in the metaverse for a second time.
The world’s largest Zara (almost 8,000m2), located in Madrid’s emblematic Plaza de España, will open on 8 April.
Zara surprises us again with a collection for brides, with lingerie dresses and accessories that evoke the 1920s.
Although the Inditex group’s main brand has always resisted collaborations, it has just teamed up with Susan Fang for a capsule.
Let’s talk about how fashion has been crossing the boundaries of the digital universe, entering the metaverse throughout 2021.
About a week ago, Zara presented “Zara Atelier” through the capsule “01_The Coat Collection”. We decipher the sub-brand.
ADER ERROR x ZARA reflects on the capacity of language to express ideas, give rise to other ways of thinking and create new cultures.
Designer Daniel Lee, former creative director of Bottega Veneta, is at the centre of rumours of a possible move to Zara.
Taking advantage of the spooky season, Zara launches a collection of six Halloween costumes for those of us who don’t have a costume yet.
Zara finds itself in the spotlight after its head designer, Vanessa Perilman, attacked Palestinian model Qaher Harhash.
Mexico’s Ministry of Culture asks for explanations on the matter through a tweet and a letter signed by the head, Alejandra Frausto.