Zara Arrives in Nashville with Flagship Store at The Mall at Green Hills

Opening marks fashion brand’s first Tennessee location.

With more than 38,000 square feet over two floors, store displays latest Women, Men and Kids collections.

Store meets Inditex’s eco-efficiency criteria and features Zara’s latest technology, ensuring a seamless, integrated shopping experience.

Zara has today opened its first location in Tennessee. Zara looks forward to being a part of the city’s art and social life with a prominent store that displays the brand’s latest global designs and most popular Women, Men and Kids collections.

Zara Nashville offers fashion-forward products through an integrated and sustainable business model that places the customer at the center of everything we do. With a sales floor of more than 38,000 square feet over two stories, the store incorporates the latest customer-oriented technologies that provide guests with a streamlined and simple shopping experience.

Zara Nashville was designed by the company’s architecture team with an aesthetic that perfectly frames the four concepts that guide the brand’s architectural philosophy: clarity, functionality, beauty and sustainability. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls allow the store’s boundaries to fade, creating a feeling of space and freedom while providing a stunning backdrop that enhances the beauty of each piece of clothing. This space encourages our customers to take part in a unique experience through feeling, observing and interacting with Zara’s merchandise.

Guided by eco-efficiency

Designed with sustainability in mind, Zara Nashville complies with the Inditex Group’s environmental commitments and incorporates the latest eco-efficiency innovations, representing an average reduction of 20% electricity use and a 40% reduction in water consumption compared to a conventional store.

Inditex’s environmental commitments do not stop at store design, as eco-efficiency is a cornerstone of the manufacturing technologies and raw materials used to create garments. This commitment is reflected through Join Life, an initiative that brings together fashion and sustainability. All the products under Inditex’s Join Life label are made using sustainable materials and/or processes, or with technologies that save water or reduce carbon emissions. In 2020, more than 35% of Inditex’s garments carried the Join Life label. Inditex’s goal is to use only sustainable, organic or recycled cotton, sustainable linen and recycled polyester by 2025.

About Zara

Zara is part of Inditex, a global fashion retail group. In addition to Zara, Inditex has seven other brands: Pull&Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho, Zara Home and Uterqüe. Founded in Spain in 1975, its collections are currently sold over an integrated platform of stores and online in more than 200 markets.

Zara opened its first U.S. store in 1989 on New York City’s Lexington Avenue. The company has since opened additional stores throughout NYC and in other popular U.S. shopping destinations in areas like Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, Houston and Chicago. Today, Zara operates 100 stores in 40+ cities across the U.S. and online through