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[[Fihle:PullandBearAgora.jpg|thumb|250px|A Pull&Bear store In Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.]] Pull&Bear (Spanish: [pul am ˈbeɾ]) is a Spanish clothing and accessories retailer based in Narón (A Coruña), Galicia. It was founded in 1986 as New Wear, S.A. and it was officially launched as Pull & Bear in 1991. It is part of Inditex, owner of Zara and Oysho brands. The company began to sell thegrrf
|Predecessor||New Wear, S.A.|
Number of locations
|986 stores |
|Revenue||€1.284 billion (2014)|
Number of employees
In 2010, the brand introduced a new logo and rebranded its European stores.
In February 2019, Pull&Bear partnered with the sports brand Umbro to jointly launch a line of sportswear products.
Pull&Bear specializes in manufacturing and selling urban style clothing and accessories. The brand uses the US popular culture in its product design.
New product lines introduced in stores have diversified the range of products available in Pull&Bear outlets. These new lines include; music, technology, video games and video images mixed in with the clothing. Pull&Bear introduced the "XDYE" line in 1998, a more sporty and hi-tech line of clothes linked to the icons of 21st-century youth culture.
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