Rumours are swirling around Zara’s impending arrival in New Zealand. Most in the industry say the Spanish retailer is definitely coming here, but the question of when and where remains. However, an independent source believes Zara is planning on opening its first store in Sylvia
There’s recently been an influx of international retailers arriving on New Zealand’s shores and now, a Madrid-born retailer is bringing Spanish brands to Kiwis. His stores, which are called La Lola, will launch in Auckland and Christchurch and will stock sister brands from Zara which
The Shop in Milford opened as Zara’s only Kiwi stockist, but after operating for less than a fortnight, it mysteriously closed and has now reopened without the Zara brand. Instead, it stocks Massimo Dutti, Miss Sixty and Stitch Ministry.
The executive chairman of property, design and research specialist agency RCG Paul Keane considers the arrival of international brands like Topshop and Tiffany's in New Zealand, and what they mean for Kiwi retailers. He also looks at retail around the world.