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Sunshine-coast-lovers. Portsea Polo 2020: Best Dressed Celebrities. Fashion retailer Bardot to shut 58 shops, 530 staff to lose jobs. Updated Thu at 4:53amThu 9 Jan 2020, 4:53am Women's fashion retailer Bardot will shut the vast majority of its stores over the next two months, with 530 workers to lose their jobs.
Key points: Bardot will close 58 stores, leaving just 14 remaining in NSW and Victoria530 of Bardot's 800 staff will lose their jobsThe administrators are hoping to sell what is left of the fashion chain, which has seen online sales grow Bardot will drastically shrink its store network by shutting 58 stores. Only 14 stores will remain open, confined to New South Wales and Victoria. Fifty-six stores are scheduled to close by March. The fashion chain entered administration in November, one of a slew of retailers to do so last year as conditions in the sector deteriorated. Bardot had 72 stores across all states and territories and employed around 800 staff at the time it fell into administration. "I would like to thank Bardot staff for their hard work and efforts during this process. " Telfar Clemens is fashion’s reluctant Renaissance man. Telfar Clemens’ autumn/winter ’20/’21 collection, which he presented during Pitti Immagine Uomo on January 9, was a confluence of renaissances.
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