Zara is collaborating with Sony to design PlayStation 1 sneakers that will surely tug at the hearts of many ‘90s kids.
The recently released PlayStation Sony Interactive Entertainment Sneakers by Zara comes in the gray color motif of the original gaming console with the ever-iconic triangle, circle, X and square button symbols, Hypebeast reported.
A new pair of woven sandals from Spanish fashion label Zara is getting attention in Japan for its undeniable resemblance to traditional Japanese footwear.
Zara is being accused by Chinese netizens of “uglifying” China for using photographs of freckled Chinese model, Li Jingwen, without heavy photoshop or makeup.
When the Spanish fashion retailer posted photos of the model for a lipstick commercial on their Weibo account, Chinese netizens criticized the company for picturing Jing Wen with clearly visible freckles, suggesting that selecting the model could have been an attempt to “defame the Chinese”.
A woman was shocked after allegedly finding a dead rat hidden inside one of the shoes sold in an outlet of Zara in Chengdu, China.
The woman, only identified by her surname Chen, went shoe shopping last weekend. While trying out one of the shoes at Zara, Chen felt something blocking her toes, according to a Weibo post via Shanghaiist.
Zara just released a new skirt that closely resembles the traditional garment worn by older Asian men, and of course the internet has thoughts.
The Spanish fast fashion retailer calls the lungi a “Check Mini Skirt” and describes it as a “flowing skirt with draped detail in the front.”
After Marriott listed Hong Kong, Taiwan and Tibet as “countries,” Delta Air Lines and European clothing retailer Zara were forced by the Chinese government to publicly apologize for making the same mistake.
On Friday, Delta got into trouble for listing Tibet and Taiwan as “countries” on its website, according to Shanghaiist. The company was then ordered by the Civil Aviation Administration of China to issue a public apology, and to investigate how this mistake happened in the first place.
A 54-year-old man from Edmonton in Alberta, Canada, is seeking assault charges after he was allegedly roughed up by security guards when he tried to get a refund for a double charge at Zara.
Xiaobo Wu’s wife received a credit card statement reportedly showing she was charged $80 two times days after she went clothes shopping at West Edmonton Mall in February.
Spanish retail tycoon Amancio Ortega briefly topped Bill Gates as the richest man on Earth.
The elusive multi-billionaire is the owner of apparel company Zara, which has over 6,000 stores in over 89 countries.