Tag : CVA
Will the high street suffer a CVA domino effect?Subscription
Following company voluntary arrangements from New Look and Select, and rumours that Mothercare will be next, Drapers asks whether there will be a ripple effect on the high street.
The supply-chain tie-up with Chinese sourcing giant Li & Fung is a vote of confidence in the flagging retailer.
What caused Calvetron's collapse? Subscription
Drapers investigates why Calvetron Brands went into administration for a second time.
Two US landlords, Vornado and Caruso, have withdrawn their legal challenges against Arcadia Group’s company voluntary arrangements.
'Tough times ahead' for Austin Reed GroupSubscription
Alteri Investor’s acquisition of Austin Reed Group late last Friday will provide a temporary respite for the business, but the turnaround will be tough and womenswear may not be central to its future proposition, sources have told Drapers.
Topshop Beauty shifts focus Subscription
Topshop has had a change in direction for its beauty range, as it moves away from retail and begins to wholesale its products with etailers Very and Zalando, Drapers understands.
Suppliers split on Arcadia strategySubscription
Although Arcadia Group suppliers agree that yesterday’s approval of its company voluntary arrangement (CVA) was a “fantastic” result, they are divided over whether product or property is the cause of the retailer’s woes.
Value fashion retailer Store Twenty One is looking to close 82 stores after creditors voted in favour of its company voluntary arrangement (CVA), Drapers understands.
Store Twenty One struggling to meet rent termsSubscription
Value fashion retailer Store Twenty One is in talks with its lenders as it is struggling to meet rent payments.
Store Twenty One appoints AlixPartners for CVASubscription
AlixPartners has been appointed nominees for a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) for Grabal Alok, which trades as Store Twenty One.