The launch of Zara was one of the most-anticipated retail events of 2016. For the launch day on October 6, it chose to showcase these futuristic garments in its main window. If you've got or seen a great store or mall display, why not show
Lines of shoppers snaked through Auckland’s Sylvia Park Shopping Centre as they waited for international chain Zara to open its first Kiwi store at 9.30am. Inside, they were greeted with 1,850 square metres of commercial space, bearing the very latest European-influenced fast fashion.
Record crowds are expected to converge on Sylvia Park shopping centre to experience New Zealand’s first H&M and Zara stores over the next two weeks. H&M is scheduled to open Saturday 1 October, followed by Zara Thursday 6 October.
Zara has finally lifted the veil on when it will open its doors to its Sylvia Park store. The store will open Thursday 6 October, five days after fellow fast fashion giant H&M launches itself into the New Zealand market.
The most-awaited high street retailers of 2016, H&M and Zara, are working to keep anticipation of their store openings high by drip-feeding the public more information about what they’re up to. H&M has come a little closer to naming a date for its store opening,
As the opening of Zara and H&M at Sylvia Park draws closer, the company responsible for bringing them to New Zealand has made a record profit. Kiwi Property made $250.8 million in the year to March 31, an increase of 118 percent on last year’s
Infor fashion and retail industry global strategy director Bob McKee has almost 45 years’ experience working across technology and retail, 30 of which were spent in the textiles industry. Together with Infor Pacific managing director Jo-Anne Ruhl, he chatted with The Register about the inner
To mangle a Nietzsche quote, when you gaze long into the global marketplace, the global marketplace gazes also into you. Last year, New Zealand cemented its involvement in global retail by welcoming several big international retail brands. The Register editor Sarah Dunn unpicks what this
Fast fashion chains Zara and H&M are reported to be expanding their reach within New Zealand and are scouting for sites around Wellington and Christchurch. They will be the next major chains to join Australian-owned David Jones in the capital, which is set to open
Rumours of Zara's arrival in New Zealand have been persistent for so long that Spaceworks founder Lizzi Hines nearly wrote them off as an urban legend. However, Zara has finally announced it will open a store in Sylvia Park next year. Hines examines what this