Zara Thailand is launching online sales in Thailand this month.
Vietnam will follow, with the service already introduced in Malaysia and Singapore this month.
Also this year, the brand will start selling online in India, where the Spanish fast-fashion chain is expected to reach sales of US$200 billion by 2025, according to a study by consulting firm Wazir Advisors.
Additionally, Zara parent Inditex has said it will open a 5000 sqm flagship Zara store in Mumbai, which will be the largest of its 21 outlets in India.
Inditex says its bottom-line profit rose by 10 per cent to €3.16 billion (US$3.3 billion) last year, beating out its main rival, Sweden’s H&M, which had a net profit of about US$2.1 billion.
Opening 279 stores in its latest fiscal year, to the end of January, it has nearly 7300 outlets in 93 countries, with five new markets including New Zealand and Vietnam.