Great Spanish Fashion Brands That Aren't Zara

Hannah Almassi

Zara’s parent company, Inditex, is once again gaining as many column inches as prime spots in our wardrobes, flying high in the retail world and reporting a staggering third-quarter profit that clocks in just shy of $954m. It’s impossible—and quite upsetting—to think of a time when Zara and its fashion family didn’t play such an important role in our day-to-day getting ready ritual. Their business model is untouchable and unreachable for many competitors (honestly, it’s insanely speedy and reactive to what you are buying right now), but it has made us think about what else is going on in its motherland Spain. 

There are, of course, the Big Z’s siblings: Uterque (older, more luxurious and directional), Stradivarius (young, fun), Bershka (even younger, even more fun), Massimo Dutti (great for the working woman) and Pull and Bear (casual, basic). However, the country has more to offer–from the super-luxe runway labels (take Loewe or Delpozo) to awesome, alternative high-street stores like Bimba and Lola. Not forgetting the trail-blazing bloggers who we look to like Sara Escudero of Collage Vintage or Gala Gonzalez of Amlul.

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