Laura Ashley is closing (but first it’s reopening for a massive ‘everything must go’ sale)
Attention, bargain hunters.
British heritage brand, Laura Ashley is closing 70 of its stores, but not before an enormous closing down sale.
The furniture and fashion chain has reopened its Cork store, located in Turners Cross Retail Park, offering at least 50 per cent off fashion, and 40 per cent off all furniture.
“Everything has been reduced and has to go, including stock being cleared from the warehouse.” said a statement from the company.
“Customers are encouraged to take advantage of these fantastic discounts while stocks last.”
Laura Ashley began in the 1950s, quickly becoming famous for its unique printed fabrics. Over time, the brand grew to become a household name, synonymous with quality fashion, interiors and home furnishings.
Despite the store closures that will follow the ‘everything must go’ sale, the Laura Ashley brand will remain online and at select retailers nationwide.
The Cork store will continue to trade until further notice. A spokesman for Laura Ashley said, “There are some fantastic deals to be found in-store, as everything is now reduced and, with at least 50% off fashion, we expect clothing ranges to sell out fast. We are extremely mindful of the current COVID crisis and customers can be assured that the store will be COVID secure.”