Zara closes major flagship store in China
Zara has closed a landmark flagship store in China, once dubbed Zara’s third largest store in Asia.
The 3,229 sq ft, 3-storey flagship unit at Lesen Shopping Center in Chengdu opened at the end of 2011 as one of Zara’s largest locations in the region.
According to local media reports, it shut down last week and shows a sign on its front window telling customers to visit other Zara stores in Yokado and Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li.
The unit has also previously housed luxury brands LV and Dior.
Inditex arrived in China over a decade again and it currently operates more than 200 stores across the country.
Zara has over 8 standalone stores in Chengdu, according to the site.
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