NEW YORK — Going-out-of-business sales began Friday during all 63 Betsey Johnson sell stores in a U.S., Canada and a U.K. as a wardrobe sequence liquidates.
The conform residence famous for a musty floral prints given a first by Johnson in 1978 became saddled by debt and filed for Chapter 11 failure insurance in April.
The retrogression strike all retailers tough as consumers cut behind on selling in a face of layoffs and home foreclosures.
On Thursday, The U.S. Bankruptcy Court in a Southern District of New York privileged a approach for a association to sell a register to liquidators.
The going-out-of business sales will offer 20 percent to 50 percent off clothing, jewelry, handbags and boots during Betsy Johnson’s 54 sell stores and 9 clearway outlets. Fixtures will also be for sale.
Gift cards will be respected until Jun 1. Liquidators Gordon Brothers Group and Hilco Merchant Resources are jointly using a going-out-of-business sales.
Steve Madden Ltd., that owns Betsy Johnson egghead skill rights, pronounced that a association will continue to sell Betsy Johnson wardrobe and other products on a indiscriminate basis.