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So you’re cramming all of your shopping into the weekend before the big day. It’s cool, we don’t judge. This probably means you’ll want to get it all done in one fell swoop, which, as much as you may dread it, is easiest to do in a mall. So brace yourself for the crowds and come prepared. To get you started, we’ve rounded up seven sure bets from big time retailers. This is not the time to go without a game plan.
Earlier this week, Christian Louboutin lost a lawsuit to Zara, and was ordered to pay (a paltry) $3,600. The company didn’t have much to say about the loss, but have now released an official statement on the matter.
Christian Louboutin has lost a counterfeit lawsuit against Zara, and has been ordered to pay €2,500, or $3,600 to the high-street retailer.
Last night Kate Middleton went to a concert and wore Zara. This is a thing we have done, too!
If Azzedine Alaïa seems like the type of designer who would lambast fast fashion retailers for destroying the integrity of the industry one cheap copy at a time, then appearances are deceiving. It turns out the designer has a surprisingly refreshing, if somewhat fatalistic view on the whole matter.
Zara is not having a good week. On Tuesday, Brazilian federal prosecutors launched an investigation into the Spanish brand after receiving a tip that its one of its suppliers uses slave labor.
You’re favorite Zara clothes are coming to a computer near you! The reasonably-priced, designer-inspired Spanish brand has announced the opening of an online store for its American customers
We make a lot of excuses for our unapologetic consumption of fast fashion, none of which is particularly concerned with where it comes from, how it’s produced or what impact it has on our wallets. But a new book by British author Lucy Seigle makes the case that fast fashion might just be ruining the world.
When we saw the pictures of the newly minted Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge — or, the artist formerly known as Kate Middleton — emerge from Buckingham Palace the day after her beautiful royal wedding, we were all, “Homegirl looks GOOD!” Finding out that the blue dress she wore was from Zara has only enhanced our appreciation.
Inditex, the Spanish clothing company that owns fast fashion label Zara, just dropped over $320 million on nearly 39,000 square feet of prime real estate on New York’s Fifth Avenue.