Debenhams will reopen its 97 high street stores on Monday and discontinue sales to clear inventory, before it finally closes on May 15.
The department store, which collapsed last year, announced at its final closing sale that it will offer up to 70% off fashion and household items and up to 50% off beauty and fragrances.
The England and Wales stores will begin closing on May 2nd and the process will be completed in 13 days. The 15 Scottish stores in Debenhams and the flagship store on Oxford Street in London will not be reopened.
More than 200 years later, the Debenhams exit from High Street opens a gap in the hearts of many towns across the country, with the closure of all Topshops, Dorothy Perkins, Burton stores, Marks & Spencer, House of Fraser, and John. Leave Lewis Outlet.
Debenhams Its roots date back to 1778, When William Clark set up a kimono store on Wigmore Street in the West End of London. The current name comes from 1813, when William Debenham invested in a company that became Clark & Debenham.
The months’ closure during the blockade of the boulevard to control the coronavirus pandemic has turned into a business already weakened by the move to online shopping, rising costs, and switching spending from clothing to technology and experience. I’m applying pressure.
Debenhams said: “This is the last chance for our England and Welsh customers to visit their local Debenhams. We will reopen with a great range of offers and discounts for all of your favorite brands and products.
“Customers need to go to the nearest store immediately to avoid disappointment, as inventory is limited and expected to sell out quickly. Maintaining commerce in the most difficult situations. I am very grateful to the staff for their hard work. “
Debenhams temporarily reopens 97 stores and closes fire sale | Debenhams
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