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" The New Zealand launch marks Zara's 93rd market with the one storey Sylvia Park store offering all of the brand's clothing collections coach outlet locations washington state including women's, men's and children's clothing, with stock updated twice a week. The company has assigned staff to create its Southern Hemisphere collection with a team focused specifically on understanding the New Zealand market. Zara's chief communications officer Jesus Echevarria said he was excited to be launching in the country and hoped to meet customer expectations.
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