What is the meaning of pull and bear?

Pull&Bear (Spanish: [pul am ˈbeɾ]) is a Spanish clothing and accessories retailer based in Narón (A Coruña), Galicia founded in 1991. It is part of Inditex, owner of Zara and Bershka brands. The name came from the word “pull” like “pull from the shelf” and “bear” like “put it on”.

What is Pull and Bear best known for?

The brand houses three clothing lines, namely Pull and Bear for urban casual fashion, Sickonineteen that boasts retro vintage clothes and Xdye, a range that fuses sport, street and technology influences.

How did pull and bear start?

AN EVER YOUNG COMMUNITY. Pull&Bear started up in 1991 with a clear international mission and with the intention of dressing young people who are engaged with their environment, who live in the community and relate to each other.

Is Pull and Bear fast fashion?

Pull & Bear is a Spanish, popular fast fashion brand owned by Inditex, one of the world’s largest fashion retailers, boasting eight distinct brands.

What is the meaning of Bershka?

According to 2 people from Montana, U.S., the name Bershka means “Thanks”. A submission from the United Kingdom says the name Bershka means “Something small”.

Is Pull and Bear for teenagers?

The first is primarily intended for teenagers, with casual and easy styling in sweatshirts, T-shirts, jeans, Bermuda shorts, plimsolls and hats. The second is more specifically designed for adults who have grown up with the brand, and look to it for eclectic styles that can be worn day or night, at work or play.

Is Pull and Bear animal cruelty free?

The brand has a formal animal welfare policy aligned with Five Freedoms, and it does not use fur, angora, or exotic animal skin. But it still uses leather, down, and exotic animal hair, and we found no evidence it traces any animal products to the first stage of production.