Tag : Zara
New signings for Edinburgh St JamesSubscription
Edinburgh St James has announced five new fashion retail signings, including & Other Stories and Mango, ahead of its launch in October.
Record sales at InditexSubscription
Inditex’s sales were up 7% year on year in the first half, topping €12.8bn (£11.4bn) for the first time.
Industry signs sustainable Fashion PactSubscription
Inditex has joined 32 retailers and suppliers in signing the Fashion Pact – an initiative to champion sustainable fashion that will be presented at the G7 summit for most advanced nations in Biarritz this weekend.
Inditex to eliminate single-use plasticsSubscription
Zara-owner Inditex will eliminate all single-use plastics from customer sales by 2023, executive chairman Pablo Isla has announced.
Inditex sales hit all time high Subscription
Full-year net sales at Inditex increased 3% year on year to hit an all time high of €26.1bn (£18.6bn), driven by growth in all markets.
Fashion retail's highs and lows of 2018Subscription
As this year comes to a close and a new one approaches, Drapers recaps the twists and turns in the retail industry over the past 12 months
Omnichannel focus drives growth at InditexSubscription
Spanish fashion group and owner of Zara, Inditex, has posted a rise in sales and profits for the first nine months of 2018, with net sales up 3% to €18.4bn (£16.7bn) and EBIT up 3% to €3.1bn (£2.81bn).
Expectant and new mothers are demanding more from maternity fashion, presenting fresh challenges and opportunities for high street and specialist retailers.
Inditex CEO named best in the world Subscription
Pablo Isla, CEO of Inditex, has been named as the world’s best-performing CEO for the second year running.
Inditex sales inch up with global expansionSubscription
Zara owner Inditex has reported a 3% rise in net profit to €1.4bn (£1.25bn) and a 3% rise in net sales to €12bn (£10.7bn) for the half year to 31 July.
Zara to sell worldwide online by 2020Subscription
Inditex chairman and CEO Pablo Isla has announced that all Inditex brands, including Zara, will sell online to every country in the world by 2020.
Six trends redefining the store spaceSubscription
Following a spate of spring and summer store openings in the UK and internationally, Drapers looks at the key trends driving new shopfits and designs.
Zara owner to buy London landmarkSubscription
Spanish billionaire and founder of Inditex Amancio Ortega is set to buy the Adelphi building in central London for around £600m, weeks after losing out on another prominent building in the capital.
Zara owner Inditex increases salesSubscription
Retail group Inditex reported a “strong operating performance” as net sales reached €5.7bn (£5bn) for the three months to 30 April, growing by 2% against the same period in 2017.
First look: Zara’s new digital Westfield store Subscription
Zara has unveiled its new-look digital store concept at Westfield Stratford City.
Zara to relocate Oxford flagship Subscription
Zara has signed a deal to move into a new flagship at Oxford’s Westgate centre, relocating from its current location at nearby Clarendon Centre.
Zara to roll out augmented reality appSubscription
Zara is planning to launch an augmented reality (AR) experience across 120 of its flagships globally from 18 April.
Inditex's profits rise as online sales surgeSubscription
Inditex, which owns brands including Zara and Bershka, saw net profit rise year on year by 7%, while revenue from online sales leaped by 41%.
Zara to launch first online-only store in London Subscription
Zara is launching its first global store designed for ordering and collecting online purchases, in Westfield Stratford City in London on 26 January.
High Street Hit or Miss: menswear autumn 17Subscription
Continuing our autumn review, Drapers’ secret shopper investigates the menswear offer at Intu Lakeside in Essex
High Street Hit or Miss: footwear autumn 17Subscription
Continuing our series of Hit or Miss reports, the Drapers mystery shoppers put the footwear stores at Essex’s Intu Lakeside shopping centre to the test
Zara UK profits fall despite record salesSubscription
Profits at the UK arm of Zara dropped in the year to 31 January, following investment in refurbishing stores and moving its London head office.
Sales jump at InditexSubscription
Revenue at fast fashion giant Inditex jumped 11.5% for the six months to 31 July to €11.7bn (£10.3bn) compared with 2016, following growth across all markets and all brands.
It emerged earlier this week that Pablo Isla, chairman and chief executive of Inditex, was paid €10.4m (£9.5m) on the back of record results from the company. Drapers takes a look at some of the other developments highlighted in the Zara and Massimo Dutti owner’s annual report for the year to 31 January.
Inditex: How Pablo’s pay packet stacks up Subscription
After it was revealed that Pablo Isla, chairman and chief executive of Zara owner Inditex, took home €10.4m (£9.5m) last year thanks to record results, Drapers looks at how the pay of other top fashion jobs compare.
Pablo Isla, chairman and chief executive of Inditex, the owner of Zara and Massimo Dutti, was paid €10.4m (£9.5m) last year, thanks to record results from the company.
Zara debuts dedicated babywear store in London Subscription
Zara has launched its first global standalone baby shop on 52-56 Long Acre in Covent Garden, London.
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Inditex sales jump 11%Subscription
Sales at the Spanish retail giant Inditex, owner of brands including Zara and Massimo Dutti, have soared 11% to €16.4bn (£13.8bn) during the first nine months of 2016.
High street hit or miss: footwear autumn 16Subscription
Which footwear retailers delighted, and which disappointed, when Drapers went mystery shopping at Meadowhall in Sheffield?
High street hit or miss: womenswear autumn 16Subscription
Drapers goes mystery shopping in Meadowhall and rates womenswear stores.
Zara hit with US 'fraud' lawsuitSubscription
Zara has been issued with a $5m lawsuit in the US over alleged deceptive pricing.
Inditex to roll out mobile paymentsSubscription
Zara owner Inditex is to roll out mobile payments in all of its stores in Spain from September, as well via a new Inditex app called InWallet.
Zara parent company Inditex, Levi Strauss and H&M are the fashion businesses with the most transparent supply chains, according to a new report.