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The fast fashion giant Zara has become an integral part of the shopping mile of the world and stands like no other company in the clothing industry for contemporary and at the same time very affordable fashion. Zara not only offers young, trend-oriented clothing, with its line Trafaluc, but also elegant evening wear as well as tasteful, serious clothing for the professional life. In this way, Zara meets the needs of every age, occasion and taste. For more information on our favorite chain, e.g. to the success secret of Zara and to the man behind the giant group, you get in this Zara Brand Guide.

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Did you know that …

  1. Zara’s parent company, Inditex is the largest corporation in the apparel industry in the world.
  2. Amancio Ortega, the founder of Zara and the Inditex Group, was the richest man in the world on October 23, 2015, with a fortune of $ 79 billion for a few hours before being hit by Bill Gates a short time later.
  3. Zara is now represented with over 2000 stores in 88 countries worldwide (as of July 2017).
  4. The first Zara store was opened in a small coastal town called A Coruña in the north-west of Spain.
  5. Zara originally started under the name “Zorba”. Since there was already a bar with this name in A Coruña, the store had to be renamed. Ortega had already produced the molds for the letters of the shop sign and so he experimented with the order of the letters until he was satisfied with “Zara”.
  6. Zara spent 324 million US dollars to open a store on 666 Fifth Avenue in New York City.
  7. Every year 12,000 new designs by Zara are brought to the market. By comparison, most garment manufacturers produce between 2,000 and 4,000 designs annually.

Why is it worth buying Zara second-hand?

The short collection cycles are a major part of the success of the Spanish company because they enable customers to participate in fashion not only quickly, but also at an affordable price. At the same time, however, the fast collection changes also mean that popular items are often very quickly sold out. Here it is a good idea to look for second-hand Zara items. This way you can not only save your money but also find the favorite part, which is new in the stores and is no longer available online. Catchys offers a great selection of second-hand Zara items in top condition, from clothes to shoes to bags, you will be sure to find what you’re looking for.

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ZaraCoat35€
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ZaraJumpsuit49€
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ZaraLeather biker jacket70€
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ZaraMid-length dress62.75€
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ZaraMini skirt36.51€
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ZaraSilk maxi dress65€
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ZaraTrench coat59€
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ZaraCloth ankle boots65€
Size: 39
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ZaraSandals52€
Size: 39
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ZaraAbito elasticizzato bianco ZARA collction34€
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ZaraAbito mélange corto a mezza manica28€
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ZaraAbito nero aderente Zara44€
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ZaraAnkle boots30€
Size: 36
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ZaraAnkle boots49€
Size: 37
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ZaraAnkle boots25€
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ZaraAnkle boots35€
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ZaraAnkle boots65€
Size: 37
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ZaraAnkle boots57.04€
Size: 37.5
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ZaraAnkle boots34€
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ZaraAnkle boots59€
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ZaraAnkle boots50€
Size: 37
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ZaraAnkle boots42€
Size: 41
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ZaraAnkle boots35€
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ZaraAnkle boots35€
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ZaraAnkle boots32€
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ZaraAnkle boots30€
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ZaraAnkle boots40€
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ZaraAnkle boots35€
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ZaraAnkle boots49€
Size: 41
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ZaraAnkle boots28€
Size: 41
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ZaraAnkle boots60€
Size: 37
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ZaraAnkle boots49€
Size: 40
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ZaraAnkle boots46€
Size: 40
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ZaraAnkle boots40€
Size: 39
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ZaraAnkle boots65€
Size: 39
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ZaraAnkle boots49€
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ZaraAnkle boots38€
Size: 36
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ZaraAnkle boots38€
Size: 37
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ZaraAnkle boots39€
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ZaraAnkle boots40€
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ZaraAnkle boots45€
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The story of Zara

1975

Amancio Ortega opens the first Zara Store in A Coruña.

1977

The Zara Headquarter is built on the outskirts of A Coruña. Even today, all processes are controlled centrally from there.

1983

Zara is on an expansion course and opens stores in Spain’s largest cities within a few years.

1984

Zara is building its first logistics center, which has a size of 10,000 square meters.

1985

Inditex is founded as a mother of Zara and other company concepts.

1988

Zara is international and opened its first store in Porto, Portugal.

1989

The first store in the US opens its doors in New York City.

1990

Zara expands to France and opens its first store in Paris.

1992

Mexico’s first Zara Store is opened on Calle Madero in Mexico City.

1993

With the store in Athens Zara also enters the Greek market.

1994

Zara opens stores in Belgium and Sweden.

1995

Zara introduces his Trafaluc line. In the same year the first store opens in Malta.

1996

Zara is introduced in Cyprus.

1997

Zara continues to expand into Norway and Israel. The company now operates with more than 600 stores in 14 markets.

2000

Zara Stores are opening in Andorra, Austria, Denmark and Qatar.

2001

Zara and Inditex respectively publish their Code of Conduct for producers and suppliers and join the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI).

2002

The “for & from” program is introduced by Zara. This supports the work integration of people with impairments. In the same year, a new distribution center in Zaragoza in Spain will be built and new stores opened in Finland, Switzerland, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic and Singapore.

2003

Zara enters the Slovenian, Slovakian, Russian and Malaysian markets.

2004

Zara opens stores in Morocco, Estonia, Latvia, Romania, Hungary, Lithuania and Panama.

2005

The nearest markets are Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines. Monaco and Costa Rica will follow later. 2005 is one of the most expansion-intensive years of Inditex with nearly 700 new openings worldwide.

2006

An Environmental Strategic Plan is designed to make the business processes of the company responsible and sustainable. In the same year Zara enters the Serb, Chinese and Tunisian market.

2007

Of the 1000. Zara Store opens in Florence.

2010

The Zara Onlineshop starts and is already active at the end of 2010 in 16 European markets.

2011

The Zara online shop also starts for the USA and Japan. Inditex is now present in 82 markets.

2012

The flagship Eco-Store will be opened on Oxford Street in London.

2013

Further flagship stores will follow, among others on the Champs-Élysées in Paris.

2014

A new logistics center is being built in Cabanillas, Spain.

2015

A Zara Store in Hawaii is opened.

2016

Zara’s parent company Inditex receives international recognition for the implementation of its sustainability concept and publishes its environmental strategy for the period 2016-2020. At the same time, the company is continuing its expansion course both offline and online.

Zara Brand Guide

Zara clothes

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The dresses of Zara are not only worn by us, but also royals like Kate Middleton and It-Girls like Gigi Hadid like to take a look at the beautiful designs of the Spanish Fast Fashion chain.

Zara jackets

In every Zara collection, there is at least one jacket model, which becomes an absolute must-have and is worn up and down by fashionistas all over the world. Here, however, it is fast, because the popular models are often very quickly sold out.
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Zara’s Bags

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Also particularly popular are Zara’s handbag designs. These are often based on the designs of large designers, but are much more affordable. No wonder that coveted pocket models are often sold out quickly!

Zara shoes

The shoes of Zara are absolute eye-catchers, from trendy, embroidered slippers over elegant high-heels to the biker boots, here everyone finds his new favorite couple quickly.
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Zara Accessories

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In addition to accessories, the Spanish success company can certainly be seen and convinces with its scarves and scarves as well as exciting statement jewelery.

The secret of Zara’s success

Behind the success of the Spanish fast fashion chain Zara and its parent company Inditex is a business strategy rather than a secret. This strategy is called vertical integration and has been increasingly applied in the clothing industry for several years. Zara, however, is one of the pioneers and has managed to make the company model for itself and its image, and ultimately as the basis for its success. Vertical integration means that Zara retains control over the entire value-added process of its processes at all times, ie, independently controls every production element, from design to production to sales. In contrast to traditional traders, Zara is not dependent on actors of upstream or downstream production stages, eg the producers or suppliers, and has thus been able to develop a business strategy which is perfectly tailored to the needs of its target groups over the years. The control of the processes, which is integrated with vertical integration, makes it possible for Zara to launch an above-average number of new designs every year, as well as to provide its customers with new fashion inspired by the world’s major catwalks in the shortest possible time. As a result, Zara customers not only have an incredibly wide selection when they enter a Zara Store, but they also feel the pressure to access through the rapid collection changes. Finally, the new collection will soon hang in the stores – and that too much affordable prices, which are a result of increased control of vertical integration and mass production.

Amancio Ortega – the man behind the fast fashion giant Zara

Amancio Ortega, the founder of Zara and the parent company Inditex, which includes Pull & Bear, Bershka, Stradivarius, Massimo Dutti, Oysho, Uterqüe and Zara Home, is currently holding $ 83.7 billion (August 2017) the richest man in Europe, and the fourth man in the world – and yet surprisingly little is known about him. Born in 1936 in the Spanish Busdongo de Arbás, León, Amancio Ortega grew up in modest family conditions. When he is 14 years old, the family moves to A Coruña, where Ortega is learning to sew clothing by hand. Later, he founded the company Confecciones Goa, which focuses on the production of quilted bathrobes. 1975 Ortega finally opened its first clothing business, Zara, which is growing rapidly and initially nationally and ultimately also internationally strongly expands. Despite his great success, Ortega still maintains a cautious and modest lifestyle and rarely makes himself available for interviews and other press events. He is, however, known as a workaholic, who hardly takes holidays and despite his status with the employees in the cafeteria. The story of Amancio Ortega is often used as an example for the typical “Von Tellerwäscher zu Millionär” (in this case, even billionaire) story, but also critically criticized voices of the business strategy of Ortega and his company Inditex with regard to, among other things, sustainability and fair working conditions.