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British menswear label Foxhall London closes

British menswear label Foxhall London has gone into voluntary liquidation and ceased to trade.

The company appointed Robert Woolfson of the Lawrence Woolfson Partnership as liquidator last month.

Foxhall London, which was founded in 2014, offered outwear, knitwear, shirts and trousers, sold through its standalone store in Seven Dials in London, which closed at the end of January, and on its website. Retail prices ranged from £11 for a pair of socks to £548 for a leather jacket. 

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