Independent retailer Bullfrogs has closed after liquidators were appointed to wind up the business, which traded for more than 15 years.
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According to documents on Companies House, the London-based clothing and footwear firm appointed Stephen Paul Grant and Anthony Malcolm Cork of Wilkins Kennedy as liquidators on February 4. Bullfrogs has closed all three of its stores which were located in Clapham and Greenwich. The retailer sold brands such as Converse, Fly London, Hush Puppies and Gola.
Bullfrogs started life as a vegetarian coffee bar in Greenwich but three years later had turned info a footwear retailer. In 1995 it launched men’s and women’s clothing and scooped Best Young Fashion Footwear Retailer of the Year in the Drapers Footwear Awards in 2007.
The young fashion chain opened further stores in south London, including one on Fulham Road and launched several of its own brands over its lifetime including Bullfrogs’ eponymous young fashion brand and its slightly older capsule collection, Phi Yen Le, which debuted for spring 10.
Co-founder Demian Brewster and Wilkins Kennedy have not yet responded to requests for comment.