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Couture children brands in Spain

Spanish Brands like Mayoral, Boboli, Tuc Tuc, Neck & Neck, Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, Pili Carrera, or Tutto Piccolo, have succeeded beyond our borders and trendsetters kidswear internationally for every season




PDF Catalog:
Kids Winter:
Kids Summer:
Woman Winter:
Woman Summer:
Man Winter:
Man Summer:

they have agents in Arabia Saudí


Agatha Ruis de la Prada

Pili Carrera

Tutto Piccolo

Neck & Neck

Pan con Chocolate

Spain is one of the top brand fashion exporter in europe, in spain we have more than 100 children brands, I have check spanish children couture market and i have found several brands in spain: Sanmar, Foque, Paz Rodriguez
This brands are in Collection premiere Moscu (

You can download summer catalog in PDF from:

Paz Rodriguez

Summer Catalog
Winter Catalog

They dont have online online catalogs, i have sent an email to ask about his catalogs, you can find some models in google:

They dont have online catalog or website, but i have emailed them by facebook

Sevilla: 954 863 713
You can check lookbooks collections here:

Sevilla: 954 08 31 21

They dont have online catalog or website, but i have emailed them



if you are interested in clothes for special ceremonies you can check here:

Lea Lelo
It require registration to access catalogs (I have requested already)
You can see some samples at his fashion shows here:


Rubio Kids


Varon e Hijos

Kids Chocolate

Elisa Menuts

Online shop



Leon Shoes

Calzados Crios

Xavem Bags (Catalog online require login to access, i emailed to ask for login)
you can see some photos here:

Complements and Accesories
la giraffa bianca e blu

Home and Kids (catalog requested)

I am (German company)

China clothing market

Import from zara spain into chinaOn the whole, the high-end domestic clothing market in China is dominated by brands of European origin and other imported products, such as Giorgio Armani, Cerruti 1881, Hugo Boss, Dunhill, Chanel, Dior, Ermenegildo Zegna and Salvatore Ferragamo. The middle and low end of the market has a product mix of foreign and domestic brands, with most of the goods being manufactured in China. A small portion of these products are sourced from developing countries and least developed countries (LDCs), and imports from LDCs are growing steadily. To be specific, brands such as Nike, Adidas, Tommy Hilfiger, Zara and H&M are sourced from developing countries and LDCs. For example, in Zara’s stores in Shanghai, over 90% of stock-keeping units (SKUs) are imported, with Bangladesh, Egypt, Morocco, Portugal, Spain, Turkey, and Viet Nam and being the main import sources. Bangladesh, Cambodia, India and Indonesia are also important procurement target countries. Shoes made in Viet Nam and Spain account for a high proportion in Zara. New H&M stores in Shanghai attracted thousands of consumers when they opened in April 2007 Of H&M’s SKUs, 75% are imported, with Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia and Turkey being the main source countries. Most of H&M’s shoes, hats and scarves are procured in China. The situation for C&A is similar. Nevertheless, China’s clothing industry still possesses great competitive advantage in terms of labour cost, lead time, vertical integration of the industry, the variety of products, and political stability from a Chinese perspective.
Giant retailers, such as Wal-mart and Carrefour, are also expanding their business in China.
Many multinational retailers, international fashion brands, and overseas trading firms presently find it profitable to manufacture clothing in various developing countries and LDCs and export to China for sale.
With global sourcing, they benefit from proximity to the market, economies of scale and low processing costs.
However, relatively few local Chinese retailers, importers and brand owners choose to import or source clothing from other developing countries or LDCs, because of a perceived level of risk involved with this.
The other factor is a lack of supply chain management skills in these countries.
Home retailers are importing more and more luxury brands from developed countries to meet high-end demand in China.

Fast fashion excess stocks availability from Spain

fast fashion excess stocks wholesalerAll our brands have got a minimum of 500 pieces by pack at the price underlined in red, for larger quantity to be consulted.

ALCOTT : Italian brand for men and women (3.50 € women, 4 € men) shoes (4 €)

TALLY WEIJL : Swiss brand for young ladies, teenager (3.50 €)

PIMKIE : French brand for young women (3.50 €)

LEFTIES : Spanish brand of the Inditex Group for men, women and kids (2.30 € men, women, kids)

CUSTO Barcelona : Spanish brand for men and women (8 €)

BLANCO : Spanish brand for women (3.50 €)

RINASCIMENTO : Italian brand for women (pack of 250 pieces, 9 €)

JENNYFER : French brand for young ladies (3.50 €)

SONNY BONO :Italian brand for man (9 €)

PRIMADONNA winter shoes : Italian brand (8 €)

Minimum order are 25.000 pieces, a 40 feet container.

We ship from the port of Barcelona. Spain.

Payment: bank transfer

Feel free to visit our warehouses in Spain before to pay.

contact us at: Spainbox



Zara prices worldwide comparative: Spain is the cheaper

Here you can see Zara prices across the world Spain, United Kingdom, E.U. countries, United States, Canada, United Arab Emirates, South Korea, Malaysia, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Mexico, Colombia, Russia and Japan















Based on the products shown in this post, you can see that the prices of some products from Zara Spain more than 100% cheaper than the same product in Zara Russia.
Check the full list below with the average percentage of the price comparison between products in Spain and worldwide.

Mango, is happening exactly the same. A cloth can be achieved in Spain and Portugal for 29.99 euros, cheaper than it costs 34.95 euros in France price, 34.99 pounds UK (43.7 euros), the 1999 rubles Russia (49.3 euros) or 369 yuan in China (45.5 euros).

In an interview to a popular spanish newspaper Inditex assure that their prices are higher outside to “cover shipping costs, customs duties, transportation and any costs inherent in each country.”

But Inditex go further and explain that, while taking into account operating costs in each country, they are not determinative. “We set prices independently in each market

We will analyze, the perception in four countries of our lowcost fashion brands more recognized, Zara and Mango

Within British borders , Zara is a symbol of elegance, refinement and taste. Amancio Ortega firm adheres to a concept of high-end fashion , best seen in the Spanish territory. The prices are quite affordable living standards of English and related to the quality and design is presented as a very attractive offer , reports from London Ana Mellado .

The needs of the British cosmopolitan woman fit perfectly in the department of Woman, the most admired and undoubtedly the most profitable in each of its establishments.

Zara and Mango : Why successful fast fashion ‘ low cost ‘ is cheaper in Spain?

Zara store in Oxford Street , London
Test great acceptance , Zara has conquered one of the most exclusive areas of London , adjacent to the Golden Mile of Bond Street. Last June, the chairman of Inditex , Pablo Isla , made ​​public the purchase of the building that houses the flagship Zara store in the British capital, on the corner of Oxford Street and New Bond , for 155 million pounds ( over 192 million) .

After the group Inditex , Mango is the second Spanish textile exporting chain in the UK. Since 1998, when it opened its first property , the Catalan chain has maintained a continuous process of growth in the country , with the opening of new stores (and reaches 70) and concessions in department store House of Fraser. Mango found on British models Kate Moss to his perfect muse to promote their collections , especially in Britain, where his image has taken a major boost to sales .

Since Mango landed in Russia in 1999, expansion has not stopped for a moment. Currently in the Slavic country has over a hundred shops and aims to reach 200 in 2014. The Catalan company is present even in the remote Vladivostok , a port city located off the coast of Japan and walking Korea reports from Moscow Rafael M. Mañueco .

Zara and Mango : Why successful fast fashion ‘ low cost ‘ is cheaper in Spain?
R. M. Manueco
Mango Store in Vladivostok (Russia )
Mango won in Russia last year a turnover of 64 million euros , making it the fourth largest market after Spain , France and Turkey. Moscow has held a higher segment achieved in Spain , which makes their prices are somewhat higher .

Zara came to Russia four years later , but it sells more. Their prices are also more expensive than in Spain . However, your product is perceived as cheap, but very present . Hence its huge acceptance among Russians and Russian in all formats . Fashion retailer Inditex has opened in Russia more than 100 stores and every time a new one appears in another city in the country succeeds immediately.

The royalty Zara and Mango in Russia is equivalent to other prestigious fashion brands such as Benetton, Mexx or Massimo Dutti . The two Spanish brands succeed primarily among young , very oriented towards fashion in Russia . Consider the quality price ratio is both the best .

The recent opening of the “online” store Zara in China demonstrates the importance of this market , the most dynamic in the world, has for the Inditex Group .

Zara and Mango : Why successful fast fashion ‘ low cost ‘ is cheaper in Spain ?
Zara Store in Beijing
Since Zara opened its first store in Shanghai in 2006 , has expanded at breakneck speed across the country until an hundred establishments in 40 major cities including Beijing , Canton ( Guangzhou) , Tianjin , Shenzhen, Chengdu and Chongqing, all with more than ten million inhabitants. Telling other brands such as Massimo Dutti , Pull & Bear , Bershka , Stradivarius and Oysho , Inditex has about 300 stores spread across China .

For the Chinese public, especially women , Zara offers high fashion design at reasonable prices, but the fact is that his clothes are sold in this country more expensive than in Spain to be at the same level as other top designers , reports Paul M. Díezdes from Beijing.

Meanwhile , Mango is another of the most popular textile firms in Asia and in China , which last year accounted for 4 per cent of its turnover ( 1,408 million euros) thanks to its 187 stores. For the next five years , the goal of the Catalan brand is to reach the thousand establishments in the Eastern giant.

Along with these banners of the Spanish fashion, China also operate stores successfully Adolfo Dominguez and Balenciaga .

Zara and Mango have become two flagship companies , whose shops , boutiques and outlets in Paris, opened new markets , are at the forefront of creating and continue conquering new cosmopolitan public , beyond traditional markets French or Spanish .

Zara and Mango : Why successful fast fashion ‘ low cost ‘ cheaper in Spain?
Zara Store in Paris
The last parade of Mango held at the Centre Pompidou , the most visited museum in the world , ” admiral ship ” of the canonical contemporary creation. Through its twenty points Parisians sale , Mango continues to grow its international offering : the “mark Spain ‘ is associated with the figures of the international fashion, Kate Moss, Laura Ponte, plus many more.

With two shops on the Champs Elysees and twenty in the rest of Paris , Zara and Inditex have become symbols of the textile and business creation without borders , specimens originally Galicians have terminated imposed on five continents, through several thousands of shops and outlets.

In this context, the Parisian clientele Zara noted for its ” multicultural ” character reports from Paris Juan Pedro Quiñonero . Some department stores group in Paris, have an essentially French clientele . Others, such as the Champs Elysees , or Saint- Germain -des- Pres, highlighted by the ‘ Galician ‘ win over the most cosmopolitan clientele.

In historical , urban and cultural heart of Paris, these stores operate as triumphant ‘laboratories’ of taste and sensibility able to conquer new audiences and markets several continents and diverse cultural roots.