Roland Mouret files for administration
Luxury fashion house Roland Mouret has collapsed into administration, leading to the loss of 84 jobs.
Administrators and removal workers were pictured inside the brand’s Mayfair store earlier this week, The Daily Mail reported. The firm has filed for administration, according to Companies House, the register of U.K. businesses.
The label is owned by designer Roland Mouret and entertainment mogul Simon Fuller. Its London landlord Grosvenor Estate took a stake in the business last year through a new fund to help tenants survive the pandemic. Grant Thornton has been appointed as the administrator, and it is understood that the intellectual property has been purchased by a third party.
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