Zara is a Spanish clothing retailer. It is claimed that Zara needs just a couple of weeks to develop a new product and get it to stores. Perhaps its most unusual strategy was its policy of zero advertising; the company preferred to invest a percentage of revenues in opening new stores instead.
Regarding Collection of Zara, between the Baroque, style Grey Blues the style Urban Savage, particularly fond of those who style Traditional ... any customer opening the door ready-to-wear Zara, where a peculiar choice of clothing is a real pleasure!
Zara can offer considerably more products than similar companies. It produces about 11,000 distinct items annually compared with 2,000 to 4,000 items for its key competitors.
In addition, in stores and ready-to-wear Zara, between clothes, shoes and accessories, not to mention the line is primarily designed to Zara Cosmetics makeup girls.
Metro 1 :
Franklin D. Roosevelt - Saint-Philippe du Roule
RER A :
Charles de Gaulle - Etoile
from the 2015-11-07 until the 2016-03-20
The wardrobe of Élizabeth, Countess Greffulhe
The main inspirations for Marcel Proust
Palais Galliera is displaying the fabulous wardrobe of Countess Greffulhe (1860-1952).
On display there are some 5à models bearing the labels of grands couturiers such as Worth, Fortuny, Babani, and Lanvin. There are coats, indoor clothes, day dresses, evening dresses, and also accessories, portraits, photographs and films.
She was immortalised for posterity by Marcel Proust as the Duchess of Guermantes in the famous novel In Search of Lost Time. She lived through the Belle Époque and the Roaring Twenties. Countess Greffulhe was the epitome of elegance, with glorious outfits to match. Her public appearances were highly theatrical. She became influential after her marriage to the extremely wealthy Count Henry Greffulhe. She raised funds and produced and promoted operas and shows, which included Wagner’s Tristan and Isolde and Twilight of the Gods, Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes, and Isadora Duncan. She was also a fierce supporter of Captain Dreyfus, Leon Blum, and the Popular Front’. She helped Marie Curie to finance the Institute of Radium, and Edouard Branly pursue his research into wireless telegraphy.
Palais Galliera, City of Paris Museum of Fashion
10, rue Pierre 1er de Serbie, 75116 Paris
Metro Iena or Alma Marceau