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Zara denies rumours stores closed due to Hong Kong protests

The denial comes as multinational businesses become increasingly ensnared in the volatile conflict that’s morphed from a protest against an extradition law into a broader challenge to Beijing’s authority in the city.

Zara is selling 'lungis' worn by South Asian men for a whopping Rs 5,000; interested?!

When popular luxury clothing brand Zara decided to sell the humble lungi worn by men (and even women) in South Asia, especially the rural regions, for £69.99, it was weirdly surprising for many.

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Zara customers find upsetting notes hidden in garments from unpaid labourers in Turkey

Shoppers at Zara Istanbul found notes from unpaid workers who urged them to pressurise Zara into paying the employers their dues. The brand has earlier been accused of slave labour as well.

Deepika Padukone's take on casual style at Shah Rukh Khan's birthday outing is simply marvellous

Deepika Padukone who recently gave some serious fashion goals in ethnic wears, was spotted at Shah Rukh Khan's birthday outing looking simply stunning in a long knotted Zara top.

Zara India launches online store: All that you need to know before you go crazy shopping

Spanish fashion brand, Zara has launched its products online and home delivery will be done between 2 to 4 working days in all the major cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Kolkata and Hyderabad.

Leslie Phillips recovering after minor stroke

Leslie Phillips is recuperating in hospital after he suffered a minor stroke during a bus journey.

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Is fast fashion reviving couture?

Couture, that beloved baby of the fashion world that we love to uphold and imagine our lives against is so much more important today than it has been before.

True Blue

For those puzzled by how many varieties and styles of blue there can possibly be, there’s skinny, hipster, bootleg, demi curve, rugged, high and low waisted, to name just a few.

True Blue

For those puzzled by how many varieties and styles of blue there can possibly be, there’s skinny, hipster, bootleg, demi curve, rugged, high and low waisted, to name just a few.

'India top sourcing destination for apparel chains'

He also said that huge opportunities are there for Indian textile players in Australia.

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