Lefties moves online

Lefties moves online

Spanish Inditex will bring its budget brand Lefties online on 22 August. The web shop will only service Spanish, Portuguese and Russian customers.

Zara also gets new web shops

Lefties is an Inditex' brand, comparable to C&A and Primark as it is the Spanish company's most budget-friendly brand. Right now, it is only available on the Iberian Peninsula and in Russia.

 

Inditex also aims to launch a South Korean and Mexican version of Zara's web shop. Currently, Zara already has 27 web shops worldwide, like in Belgium and the Netherlands.

 

Spanish Inditex is one of the world's largest fashion retailers with more than 6,000 stores worldwide. It not only owns Zara, but also brands like Massimo Dutti, Bershka and Pull & Bear.

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