Question: Where Do Zara Make Their Clothes?

Most of Zara’s clothes are manufactured at its sites in Spain or in nearby Portugal, Morocco and Turkey.

Where do Zara manufacture their clothes?

While some competitors outsource all production to Asia, Zara manufactures its most fashionable items—half of all its merchandise—at a dozen company-owned factories in Spain and Portugal and Turkey, particularly in Galicia and northern Portugal and Turkey.

Does Zara make their own clothes?

We went inside one of the sprawling factories where Zara makes its clothes. Zara and its parent company, Inditex, have their global headquarters in Arteixo, a small town on the northwest coast of Spain. Inditex is considered the largest fashion retailer on the planet, turning out more than $30 billion in sales in 2017.

Are Zara clothes made in China?

Zara makes about half their goods in Spain, in factories they own themselves. The rest of Zara’s goods are made in cheap, long-lead factories in China and other Asian countries. That factory capacity is limited, because of limitations in the number of factories that can be opened in Galicia.

Where are Zara clothes made in India?

57% of our production factories are located nearby, in Spain, Portugal, Turkey and Morocco. In 2018, we worked with more than 1,800 suppliers in over 7,000 factories.