Is Supre closing down in Australia?

Is Supre closing down in Australia?

Retail giant Cotton On has announced store closures due to falling profits. Cotton On has recently announced the closure of two of their store chains ‘Factorie’ and ‘Supré’. Warrnambool, Victoria have had two Cotton On Group store closures, ‘Supré’ at Gateway Plaza and ‘Factorie’ on Liebig Street.

What brand is Supre?

the Cotton On Group
Supré is an Australian fast fashion women’s wear chain owned by the Cotton On Group. Known for fashion items and basics at an affordable price point, the Supré product offering is aimed at the youth market.

How many Supre stores are there in Australia?

Almost half of its 170 stores were closed and there are now only 90 Supré shops in Australia.

Does Karrinyup have Supre?

Karrinyup – Supré at Karrinyup Shopping Centre.

Why did Supre close down?

In 2013, the fast fashion brand was bought out by Cotton On. At the time, chief executive Peter Johnson said Supre would retain its own brand under the control of Cotton On. Supre has closed its doors around the country, after being bought out by Cotton On.

Is Supre and Factorie closing down?

This week the retail giant announced store closures due to falling profits. Huge Aussie retailer Cotton On Group boasts 7 key brands including Typo, Rubi, Supré and, Factorie Cotton On Kids. As recently as this weekend Cotton On announced the closure of two of their key stores ‘Factorie’ and ‘Supré’.

Is Supré still owned by Cotton On?

Cotton On Group is Australia’s largest global retailer, known for its fashion clothing and stationery brands. As of 2020, it has over 1,500 stores in 18 countries employing 22,000 people across seven brands: Cotton On, Cotton On Kids, Cotton On Body, Factorie, Typo, Rubi, Supré, and Cotton On Foundation.

Who is the CEO of Supré?

Nigel Austin is the founder and majority owner of the Cotton On clothing and stationery group. Its brands include Cotton On, Supre, Factorie and Typo.

Can I return Supré clothes to Cotton On?

Products purchased from any Cotton On Group retail or online store can be returned at any time by the customer with proof of purchase; The returned items must not be earrings, cosmetics, charity items, seconds, samples customised/personalised items, gift cards or underwear (we will accept bras);

When did Supré close?

It used to be that there was no way to walk through a mall without walking past a Supre store. Established in 1984 in Sydney, Supre grew to 157 stores across Australia and New Zealand. In 2013, the fast fashion brand was bought out by Cotton On.

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