Australian swimwear retailer dives into administration

Australia’s largest swimwear retailer Seafolly, which is backed by French fashion conglomerate LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, has filed for voluntary administration in Sydney, with Norton Rose Fulbright and Ashurst advising.

Brooks Brothers enters Delaware Chapter 11 with auction plans

Weil and Richards Layton & Finger are advising one of the oldest US apparel retailers, which has sought bankruptcy protection as it plots to sell its assets and drop “burdensome” leases.

Montreal tea retailer rethinks its business model in CCAA and Chapter 15

Canadian specialty tea retailer DAVIDsTEA has been granted court protection in Canada and applied for Chapter 15 recognition, as it restructures its business model from shops to online.

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