Zara: AW14 Collection

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Founded in 1975, Amancio Ortega and Rosalia Mera created this international Spanish clothing and accessories company that would soon sweep the world. Zara is owned by the largest apparel retailer, Inditex. It is said that Zara has a zero advertising policy, focusing on store openings verses advertising. Daniel Piette, fashion director of Louis Vuitton, has said that Zara is “possibly the most innovative and devastating retailer in the world.” The first store was opened in Spain and held copies of high-end clothing fashions. By 1990, Zara stores were in the United States and France, adding Mexico, Belgium, and Sweden throughout the 90s. Now Zara stores are in over 88 countries and over 2000 stores. Zara clothing includes mens, womens, shoes, accessories, and a children’s line. The first online boutique launched in 2010 in the UK, Italy, Germany, Spain, Portugal, and France. Towards the end of that year, Zara Online included Ireland, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Austria. Then by the next year, the United States and South Korea were included. Zara now only makes fully toxic-free products after a controversy in 2011. A number of celebrities are known to wear Zara, including Dutchess Kate Middleton, Kim Kardashian, Eva Longoria, and Casper Smart.

Collection AW14:

Zara has launched the Autumn/Winter 2014 fashion lookbook. For women, clothes include outerwear, dresses, shirts, trousers, jeans, skirts, knitwear, t-shirts, shoes, handbags, accessories, and a nude collection. Men clothing offered are jackets, blazers, suits, trousers, jeans, shirts, t-shirts, sweatshirts, knitwear, shoes, and accessories. The collection also has lines for girls, boys, and babies. The collection is spectacular, especially for men. The calm colors and distinctly chic/classy styles can be worn fashionably by anyone.


Credit: Zara Collection AW14



      1. Haha everyone else is too they once were said to have used toxic chemicals in there fabrics so they completely shut down that line and started an ad free totally natural fabric line and it became a huge hit ever since and they were also said to be having slave holders

  1. I like some Zara pieces too but the only problem: the price. Except for the sales (again some pieces. And the one you liked were already sold out before the sales), I really can’t afford them for I’m unemployed.

  2. Hey you commented on my blog and I just wanted to say thank you and I’m really glad you did because if you wouldn’t have I wouldn’t have found your amazing blog. It’s super chic and fashion forward and I absolutely love it. I can’t wait for your next post 🙂


  3. I love Zara, they were one of the few high street retailers who had my perfect fit for long pants when I was still a size 10. The good old days, hope I get there again. Lovely

  4. I love Zara! They’re having an amazing clearance right now and I just picked up some great pieces for fall for next to nothing. Can’t wait to see the new collection in stores.

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