Inside Zaras first Queensland Store


Today European powerhouse Zara launched its eleventh Australian store at Robina Town Centre on the Gold Coast we were a part of a select group of others who were given a sneak preview inside of the flagship store in Queensland, following off the arrival of West Australia’s store at Garden City Shopping centre in Perth last month. Excited teenagers queued out the front waiting patiently for doors to open at 9am, to be one of the first to see Zara’s new Spring/Summer 2014 collection. They were greeted to a unison line of staff members in uniform clapping and greeting them into the store. Staff were more than happy to assist you with any request may it be big or small. It’s like having your own personal butler to wait on you hand and foot and carry your ever-growing pile of clothing to the change rooms.

Zara opened its first store in 1975 in A Coruna, a costal town northwest of Spain and now has over 2000 stores in 88 countries worldwide. Zara’s creative team which is made up of approximately over 200 professionals work in unison with customers by receiving constant and continuous feedback at every one of their stores to supply up to date clothing in a world that never sleeps. The Robina store is approximately 1,671 square meters of shopping heaven that includes clothing for woman, men and children. 22 fitting rooms where 18 are in the woman’s sections alone and the store will receive deliveries of new stock twice a week to satisfy your changing taste buds.


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