Spanning more than 25,000 sq.ft., the newly reopened store at DLF Promenade displays women's, men's, and children's fashion collections on two floors in an architectural concept produced entirely by the Zara Architecture studio. The store interiors have been designed as a large, clean, and neutral space which helps shine the spotlight on the collection on display especially the lights and ceiling in the men's department.
The store spreads across the ground and first floor and is connected through a staircase and an elevator. The sprawling Woman department is on the ground floor while the Man and Kids departments are located on the first floor.
This new store is equipped with innovative technology such as the self-check-out service, which allows customers to purchase the products by scanning it themselves, and an RFID-enabled fitting room. The store also has specific areas for recent product launches, such as Beauty along with a specific display area for shoes and bags.
As part of Zara's commitment to efficient store design, construction, and management, Zara at DLF Promenade has some of the most advanced eco-efficiency systems available.
The measures taken to reduce environmental impact include efficient heating and cooling systems,energy-saving LED lighting, and the use of more environmentally friendly materials. The store is connected to Inditex’s internal Energy platform, which monitors the efficient consumption of the store's air conditioning and electricity installations to optimize their management, identify the most efficient systems, improve maintenance, and help define strategies to reduce energy demand.
Zara works continuously to reduce the environmental impact of its teams' daily decision-making with the use of a holistic vision roadmap with objectives for every phase of the value chain. It also develops reuse and recycling programmes to promote the circular economy and reduce waste and the first-time consumption of raw materials.
Zara's cosmetics line has a wide range of beauty products for the eyes, lips, face, and nails. It uses top-quality formulas in refillable containers and a palette of more than 130 colors mixed in matte, metallic, glossy, or pearl finishes in a wide range of shades.
This collection has been developed with the creative direction of legendary Bristish makeup artist Diane Kendal, with an ambition to create an inclusive collection of products that anyone - regardless of skin color, gender, age, or personal style - will want to use, embracing individuality and a fresh take on the notion of beauty. At DLF Promenade, the line is set in a prominent place on the ground floor.