Zara is finally getting with the '90s and offering e-commerce to France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and the UK starting Sept. 2.
Even better news? The company confirmed to StyleList that customers in the United States will be able to buy online in 2011.
This Spain-based retailer will be one of the first trendy and affordable foreign retailers to provide e-commerce to America after Topshop.
Luckily, Topshop's Phillip Green gets it, allowing us to receive Kate Moss for Topshop at our doorsteps with just a click.
H&M, another fast-fashioner that can't seem to get it together, has e-commerce in the Internet-friendly countries of Austria, Denmark, Finland, Holland, Norway, Sweden, and "Swedish Finland" (huh?). However, their tactic in the United States is different.
"Since our launch in the U.S. market in 2000, we have focused our efforts on building new stores and are proud to have opened almost 200 stores to date," a spokesperson tells StyleList.
"We are aware of the great interest in online shopping and we look forward to the possibility of offering this service to our U.S. customers in the future."
What gives? We share our Gap, Banana Republic and J.Crew with Europe!
In related news, read about how Anthropologie has gone global.