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About Zara Singapore

Established by Ortega in 1963, Zara started out as a dress-making factory and with only a budget of 30 Euros. The outlet slowly expanded from a town in Spain and to the rest of the country, and then finally to Portugal. During the 1990s, the store expanded into the United States, France, and a majority of Europe. Today, Zara has opened approximately 6500 stores across 88 countries all over the world. The company also sells online through their website.

Zara is known for their high-street fashion and is considered as one of the biggest shopping retailers around the world, Zara provides fashionistas with an endless array of clothing, bags, shoes, and accessories for men and women. For the past 40 years, this Spanish brand has gained the attention of many celebrities including English socialite Pipa Middleton, pop superstar Rihanna, supermodel Olivia Palermo, Diane Kruger and so many others!

Zara's Extensive Fashion Line

If you are planning to revamp your closet, Zara would be a great brand to start shopping! Aside from being affordable, Zara Singapore also has a selection of clothes that could go from street style to business professional.

Zara lets the clothes speak for itself. When choosing your outfit, always look for a fashion inspiration. Whether on magazines or through the Internet, you will certainly find the right style which suits your personality and comfort. You don't have to wear mini-skirts if you don't want to, you can always find the right type of garments to match your own personality.

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Known as the world's top fashion retailer, Zara offers high-styles at affordable prices. Get the best pieces from Zara in Singapore and click here to learn more about the brand.

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Zara Bershka faux leather mini drawstring bucket bag ( sky blue )
S$ 21.16 S$ 36.90
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Zara Looney tunes Porky Pig hard shell case shoulder bag
S$ 33.06 S$ 89.90
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Zara Trafaluc faux leather sling tote ( black )
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Zara Collection Basic Lady Wallet
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Zara Baby Girls' Ruffle Sandals
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Zara Wall wall hanging-Multi-hanging pocket bathroom cotton storage bag
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Zara Baby Girls' Ruffle Sandals
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Zara Basic Saffiano Wallet
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Zara Looney Tunes Tweety Bird faux leather large clutch bag (yellow )
S$ 31.36 S$ 89.90
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Zara Vintage Bag
S$ 35.90
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Zara Pendant Amethyst with SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS
S$ 39.00
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Zara Vintage Bag
S$ 35.90
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Zara Genuine Leather Tote
S$ 29.90
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Zara shopper bag
S$ 39.90
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Zara Man faux lente large backpack ( black x army green )
S$ 42.90 S$ 99.90
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Zara mini bag
S$ 29.90
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Zara Polkadot Wrap Dress
S$ 82.00
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Zara Pendant Crystal with SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS
S$ 39.00
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Zara Maroon Stripped Knitted Tops
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Zara Baby Girls' Ruffle Sandals
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Zara Vintage Bag
S$ 35.90
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Zara Mini Sling/Crossbody Bag
S$ 29.90
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Zara Womens Blazer and Jacket_Jacket Short Long_Premium Quality Blazer Cardigan Jacket Pakaian Wanita
S$ 8.80
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Zara Polkadot Wrap Top
S$ 61.50
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Zara Auto amate, sognate, desiderate e anche ... avute
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Zara 6 favole per 6 età...tre anni dopo
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Zara Come dovrebbe essere l'amministratore pubblico
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Zara Bullismo, che fare?
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Zara Alien Warrior
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Zara Higher
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Zara La mia cucina semplice, gustosa e anche un po' naif
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Zara Budda, Gesù, Maometto, Mosè
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Zara Soldato unonoveduezero ai confini del buio
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Zara Spin
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Zara Il prodigio dello spettacolo
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Zara Spiral
S$ 5.40
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Zara The Ultimate Guide on How to Be Happy
S$ 3.00
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Zara Ful & Ful
S$ 7.20
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Zara L'Africa Mia
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Zara Il proiettile fantasma
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Zara Chi non risica...rosica
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Zara Captured by the Alatonians
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Zara Freefall
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Zara The Ultimate Guide for A Gluten Free Diet
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Zara Wreckless
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Zara Alien Prince: A Sci-Fi Alien Romance
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Everything you need to know about Zara

Even after many decades, you would learn that Zara has not changed much, neither has its boutique system. Typically, retail will have a far more restrained consumption, but not for Zara. Due to its fashion forward styles as well as cool staples and statement pieces, every fashionista does not hesitate to flock to Zara. Here's everything you need to know about the world's largest apparel retailer.

How Zara got its name

Zara has become an iconic household name in the fashion industry. In opening their first store in A Coruna in 1975, their original plan was to name it Zobra, after Zobra the Greek, their favourite film. However, because there was already a bar called Zobra nearby and to avoid confusion, they decided to change names. This last minute change was created from tweaking the letters in Zobra, hence the name Zara. This goes to show not all accidents are bad because Zara is now a brand known around the world with over 2000 stores across 88 countries.

800 million items of clothing are produced per year

The number is equivalent to approximately 10% of the entire world's population. Nonetheless, not all of Zara's pieces are factory made. This is because; delicate stitching or unique details such as embroidery on a jacket are still sewn by hand. Since the brand produces 30,000 new designs a year which comes to about 26,000 pieces of clothing a design, it combines small production runs with large volumes of designs. This means that it guarantees the interest and appeal to one consumer or another. So if one design is not your cup of tea, the latter might.

No wastage ethic

Considering that Zara is the world's largest fashion retailer, they have the lowest wastage compared to any other major fashion labels. Research has suggested that clothing companies tend to discard or destroy roughly 10 to 20% of their products. However, Zara's wastage stands at only 1%. It is obvious that not every product will sell as well, but for the 1% stock that is left, it will be donated to charity.

Limited stocks

There are 2,313 Zara stores all over the world, with more stores to open particularly in the North Asian region. Each design only has a small number of 25,000 being produced which means that each store gets a limited amount of products. So if you the retail workers tell you that a clothing item is not available, chances are that it is really not available.

Data is taken seriously

Zara places importance on data first before everything else. At the headquarters of Zara in Spain, there are huge rows of computer terminals. Analysts will take a look at information from each and every store globally that usually comprises of details based on the products that sold well and which did not as well as the general interest of consumers. After that, the information will be delivered to designers which will be interpreted into their designs.

Every item is tested

Testing is important for quality control but that is not the main purpose Zara has. From store layouts to clothing designs, everything is tested internally to see which is favoured. After that, the product is only actually made. The testing includes store managers, designers and lead designers, marketing, and any other relevant department.

Efficient production

The main reason for minimum wastage is that Zara cuts their cloth themselves. In order to ensure the best use of material, the raw material comes to the headquarters and is then patterned and cut. Most of the materials come from either Spain or other surrounding countries and finally put together. After that, it goes back to Zara for handwork, quality control, RFID tagging, and packing.

Mind-blowing logistics

The purchasing processing organisation chart is pretty impressive at Zara. Whatever Zara stores from anywhere in the world wants to acquire, it will immediately gets sent into a central server. This will then sort the data and puts across the logistics within just two hours. Later on, the logistic department sees what it has in stocks and then packs them accordingly. The products are usually not sorted by country but earmarked for specific stores across the world. The sorting is done with a specialised conveyor system.

Traditional is Zara's first name

A lot of things are still done traditionally around Zara. For example, sampling are still handmade with the help of a designer and a pattern cutter working together in small groups.

If you like what Zara in Singapore has to offer, you can also get products from other popular brands like Dolce & Gabanna, Romwe, and Salvatore Ferragano.

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