ZEB for Stars, a children’s clothing store, is closing down

The children’s apparel stores ZEB For Stars are closing down. Five of these stores are currently open: in Hasselt, Zoersel, Bruges, Ostend, and Torhout. Fashion Society, the parent business of these boutiques, has stated that they would close at the beginning of July. After the summer, two stores (in Zoersel and Hasselt) will reopen, but under the The Fashion Store concept, which caters to adults.

ZEB For Stars has only been around for four years. For children aged two to sixteen, trendy and high-quality children’s clothing from many brands is available. “However, because to the Corona crisis, the growth figures were not attained,” it said in a press release on Tuesday, thus there will be a sale first, followed by a shutdown. “ZEB For Stars primarily concentrated on religious celebrations such as communion and spring festivals, which had been missing for two years because to catastrophe. We chose to replace it with a stronger notion after evaluating it.”

The Clothes Store, a concept from the same parent firm, combines two storefronts to sell women’s and men’s fashion. This takes the total number of The Fashion Store locations in our country to seventeen. In addition to ZEB and Point Carré, Fashion Society has stores from ZEB and Point Carré in its portfolio.

The 19 affected employees will be retrained this summer and will continue to work for the company, according to reports.

By Editor

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