Stradivarius

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Zara store on Henry Street, Dublin. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Inditex, the Spanish retailing giant that owns fashion chain Zara, was planning to capitalise on a then-revitalised Irish domestic economy with an exp(...)

TK Maxx will rent a store at Liffey Valley Shopping Centre. Photograph: PR360

TK Maxx has agreed to rent a store at Liffey Valley Shopping Centre in west Dublin at a rent of about €475,000 a year for a 2,775sq m (29,870sq ft) u(...)

Fitzpatricks Shoes, 76 Grafton Street,  a family business it opened on Grafton Street in 1961

After years of relative inactivity in terms of property sales and new leases on Grafton Street, retail agents are reporting more movement on Dublin’s (...)

Jervis Shopping Centre on Henry Street, Dublin, is to get its first major shake-up in 20 years.

Dublin’s Jervis Shopping Centre is to get its first major shake-up in 20 years with plans by the UK’s Arcadia Group to replace its five fashion shops (...)

The owner of high street fashion chain Zara posted better-than-expected profits after growing sales across all its markets worldwide.

The owner of high street fashion chain Zara posted better-than-expected profits after growing sales across all its markets worldwide. Inditex — the (...)

A shopper carries a branded shopping bag as she exits a Zara  store. Photograph: Akos Stiller/Bloomberg

Clothing retailer Inditex said sales grew at the fastest pace in three years as Spanish consumption shows signs of recovering after years of austerity(...)

Inditex owns Zara and Stradivarius, among other store brands operating in Ireland. Photograph: Balint Porneczi/ Bloomberg

They will be whooping and hollering at the Irish arm of Inditex, the world’s biggest fashion retailer and owner of the Zara chain, if the growth ra(...)

Za Clothing, the main Inditex company in Ireland that operates nine Zara stores, saw net profits fell from €5.3 million to just over €3 million

Inditex, the Spanish retailing giant that owns the Zara group, says it plans to open more Irish stores when it finds suitable outlets. The grou(...)