THE exact date a major fashion retailer will relaunch has been revealed.
M&Co’s 170 stores disappeared from the high street at the end of April.
M&Co will relaunch online later this month
The struggling retailer collapsed into administration last year, but its brand and intellectual property were sold to Yours Clothing.
However, last month the company announced it has plans to launch a brand-new M&Co website.
And the exact it plans to launch said website will be June 21.
The new site will launch with womenswear products, including curve and petite clothing, with new ranges to follow in the future.
On top of that, there are also plans for an M&Co app though the full details on this are yet to be released.
However, if you like browsing clothing rails in person, you won’t be seeing M&Co stores on the high street any time soon.
This is because the deal Yours Clothing struck with the M&Co administrators did not include any of its 170 stores.
The final store closures at the end of April marked the end of the brand’s name on high stress across the country.
Branches launched huge closing down sales offering as much as 80% off before some locations started to shut up shop for good in March.
One shopper nabbed a £104 dress for just £10 in the sale.
A flurry of brands have been disappearing from the high street in recent months.
The cost of living crisis and rising inflation rates has forced shops to shut their doors.
Argos will shut all 34 stores in the Republic of Ireland on June 24 as it moves away from the high street.
Iceland is closing two more of its supermarkets in June.
Plus, New Look is permanently pulling down the shutters on two of its shops in June and July.
Shops aren’t the only ones affected, major burger chain Byron Burger also fell into administration and closed nine restaurants immediately.
Here’s the full list of shops and chains disappearing from the high street this year.