Zara is a fashionable place to shop if you're looking for the latest trends, whether you're guy, girl, or kid!
All about Zara
Zara is a clothing store based in Spain, but with stores all over the world. With a total of more than 2,000 Zara locations worldwide in 88 different countries, you may be lucky enough to have one near to you. They sell men's, women's, and children's clothing (the children's line is called Zara Kids). The stores get shipments of new stuff twice a week, so there is almost always something new to check out at your local Zara! They produce more than 450 million items of clothing and accessories every single year.
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The history of Zara
Zara's first store was opened in 1975 in northwestern Spain, and was originally supposed to be called Zorba - but it turned out there was a nearby bar with the same name. They'd already been sent the letters to put on the storefront, and had gotten two "a"s. So, they rearranged the letters they had to make Zara.
The idea was to have products that looked like designer fashions but at a low price. It was a hit, and became even bigger when they started using an "instant fashion" approach in the 1980s to get the latest trends in stores as quickly as possible.
Zara comitts to producing entirely non-toxic clothing
A few years ago in 2012, Greenpeace published a report called "Toxic threads: The big fashion stitch-up", wher eit talked about the many different kinds of toxins that fashion manufacturers use when they make their clothes. A year previously, Greenpeace had started asking Zara to take a look at the toxins that they were producing with their brand.
Just nine days after Greenpeace released the report, Zara stated that they would be eliminating all hazardous toxins produced by their company, including the entire supply chain, by the year 2020. They also agreed to focus on getting rid of the very worst chemicals as soon as possible.
This made it the biggest company in the world that agreed to raise awareness for the Greenpeace campaign. The other brands in the Inditex group, which Zara forms a part of, also agreed to stop using these harmful processes (that includes Zara Home, Bershka, Pull & Bear, Stradivarius, Massimo Dutti, Oysho, and Uterqüe).