Fashion insolvency

Fashion insolvencies
The Covid-19 lockdowns that forced many businesses to close appears to have claimed another victim in the fashion store Roland Mouret based in London’s West End. The high-end luxury store is widely reported as being on the brink of appointing administrators.

The Sunday Times reported Roland Mouret filed the notice due to the slump in sales of their designer dresses. Roland Mouret is owned by designer Roland Mouret and businessman Simon Fuller and their landlord Grosvenor Estates. Other fashion stores killed off by the lockdowns and a switch to online shopping include Laura Ashley, Debenhams, Jaeger, Ralph & Russo and Oasis.

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