Zara Home to expand into all apparel stores
Zara Home, whose parent Inditex is said to be the world’s largest retailer, announced its plans to roll out to all Zara apparel and accessories stores.
As recently reported by Bloomberg Businessweek, the global chain – which launched in 2003 with four stores in Spain – now wants to expand its home goods business to all of its existing 2,050-plus Zara stores in 88 countries.
Details about the timing and specific locations for the roll out were not specified.
Zara Home’s current store count stands at 420 locations worldwide, including new outposts in South Korea and Hungary. In the U.S., Zara Home has no brick-and-mortar sites as of yet but does operates an e-commerce site at http://www.zarahome.com/us/en-us/ .
The stores carry roughly 10,000 home textiles products for all of the home, from bedding to bath to kitchen and table linens and an assortment of rugs.
Bloomberg Businessweek noted parent Inditex opened 26 Zara Home stores over the nine-month period ended
Since 2009, Zara Home has seen its sales double, “growing at a faster pace than all of Inditex’s brands,” including Zara as well as Massimo Dutti clothing stores and a fashion accessories and jewelry chain.
Source: Home & Textiles Today Staff