SPANISH fashion juggernaut Zara made their debut into the Australian online market launching their sales website this morning.
The online milestone is an expansion of Zara’s physical stores, offering the brand’s full range of merchandise for women, men and kids (including newborn).
A brand spokeswoman said when shopping online, customers would be able to check the availability of an item at any physical store in Australia, as well as seeing recommended products.
“Thanks to this integrated model of physical and online stores, customers in Australia are able to choose between home delivery or picking up orders at a store of their choice, or at accessible drop points across the country,” she said.
“When exchanging or returning purchased items, shoppers have the choice to return items via online or at the most convenient store or drop point, within a 30-day period.
“Customers are able to pick-up items in store for free within one to four working days.
“Next-day delivery is available in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra and Brisbane for orders placed from Monday to Friday before 4pm.”
The brand’s warehouse is in Sydney, delivering its online services across the market and the website is designed to operate on any mobile device, using any browser and by means of an app.
Currently, there are 22 stores in Australia including 19 Zara stores and three Zara Home stores.
Locations in WA include Booragoon, Perth City and Joondalup.