Posts tagged "zara"

Zara Pulls Pajama Top Over Complaints It Looks Like Concentration Camp Uniform

Some of us look at this shirt and see a cute, striped top festooned with a pretty star and the word "sheriff." Others look at the Zara toddler's pajama top and see a nearly exact-replica of a concentration camp uniform worn by millions of Jews killed during the Holocaust. The yellow star on the shirt…
By: Jessica Wakeman / August 27, 2014

Do Not Want: Zara’s Saggy Swimsuit Dress

This "pinafore dress" from Zara is reminding me of one of those old-timey bathing suits from the 1800s, which is reminding me of the episode of "Seinfeld" where Newman wears one of those bathing suits while yelling "Olly olly oxen free!" and cannonballing into a pool, which is a lovely memory, but not really a…
By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / March 31, 2013

Shopping Guide: 10 Super Dresses From Zara

Last week, I stopped at Zara on my way home from work. I've had mixed luck finding great things to wear there in the past, but man, their latest crop of dresses are really outstanding. From the cuts to the color palette, their designs are on-point. Check out 10 of our favorite selections.
By: Julie Gerstein / March 19, 2012

Retail Giant Zara Accused Of Age Old Practice Of Slave Labor

Just a little reminder for us to think about where our clothes come from. Spanish retailer Zara has been accused of child labor and violating fair labor practices by Brazil's Ministry of Labour and Employment. According to the agency, 52 workers in one of the company's São Paulo factories were being held i…
By: Julie Gerstein / August 20, 2011

High Fashion Knock-offs Abound At Zara This Fall

Oh, Zara. For years now, the store has worn the crown when it comes to churning out retail collections inspired by what we see on the runway. Rest assured that this season is no different. Look closely at their Fall 2009 offerings and you will spot a flurry of faux designer gear. I…
By: Zandile Blay / August 5, 2009

The Daily Squeeze: Zara Vs. Gap, A Real Invisibility Cloak, And Madonna’s Tour Costumes

Despite only having stores in 24 U.S. cities, Spanish fashion chain Zara has moved ahead of Gap (which has at least one store in every city and suburb) in sales. [MarieClaire.co.uk] Scientists are one step closer to creating a real-life invisibility cloak! Will people use it for good or spying in the girls'…
By: Catherine Strawn / August 12, 2008