12 DECEMBER 2011

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Article from BTNews 12 DECEMBER 2011

Zara lands at Heathrow

AERBT does not for the most part feature airport (or station) shops, but clearly our readers are interested.  Something for the future perhaps?

With the holiday present buying period upon us we must mention that Zara has opened its first ever UK airport store at Heathrow Terminal 3.  It is also one of the first in the UK to receive the retailer’s new global design concept, recently unveiled in Westfield Stratford, and will offer lines from its premium women’s collection, ‘Zara Studio’, as well as a wide-range of accessories such as bags and shoes.

Since Zara’s first store in 1975 in Spain, it now has over 1,700 stores across the globe in 78 countries. With new garments landing in stores twice weekly, passengers passing through the terminal will have plenty to look forward to.

Muriel Zingraff-Shariff, Retail Concessions Director, at Heathrow, said: “We’re thrilled to have Zara at Heathrow.  It is such a popular retailer, not only in the UK but around the world, so we’re confident it will be a welcome addition to the brands we already house at Terminal 3.  These include Paul Smith, Miu Miu, Mulberry, Harrods, Ralph Lauren, Hermes and Kurt Geiger to name but a few.” www.zara.com

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