After Camaïeu, another fashion brand finds itself in difficulty.
Kookaï has just announced this Wednesday its placement in receivership.
The fashion brand was sold in 2017 by the Vivarte group to an Australian businessman.
Its placement in receivership due “to the economic difficulties encountered by the ready-to-wear sector in Europe, which the Covid-19 crisis has only accentuated”, according to a press release from the fashion brand.
This legal procedure "is not an end in itself", reassures the company, which declares that the 121 French shops will remain open and the 320 employees in activity.
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