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Tween Clothing Brand Justice Closing All Stores

According to a company release, the new Justice collection will include more than 140 items across tween fashion, jewelry and accessories, bedding and bath, backpacks, stationery, skateboards and even tech accessories. The company officially operates as Justice Brand Holdings LLC. For now, Justice will remain an e-commerce brand, since Bluestar didn’t acquire any of the company’s remaining real estate properties, which shut down after the holiday season. On June 25, 2009, Dressbarn announced that it would buy Tween Brands, Inc, in a friendly acquisition. In 2010, Tween Brands began a boys clothing line entitled “Brothers”.

We are passionate about engaging with our readers offline through our exciting local events that connect moms to each other and great businesses. Sure, as a parent, sometimes the clothes seemed a bit overpriced. Some shirts were too thin; occasionally there was too much polyester and glitter.

Additional information about Bluestar Alliance can be found by visiting the corporate website, Ascena Retail Group, which filed for bankruptcy in July, has received a $90 million bid for Justice’s intellectual property and other brand assets and the assumption of some liabilities. With court approval expected today, the new owner will be Justice Brand Holdings, which was formed by brand management company Bluestar Alliance. In addition, Justice customers can continue to shop online through the holidays. Ascena sold the brand to Bluestar Alliance LLC at auction for around $90 million.

SB360 Capital Partnerswill manage the going-out-of-business liquidation sales and handled Ascena’s recent liquidation sales. Twenty-three stores in 13 states are on the new closings list released Thursday with Florida losing the most locations with four. Store closing sales are expected to last between 30 to 60 days, Ascena said. Included in the closures is the Dartmouth Mall store, as well as the Justice stores in Braintree, North Attleboro and Warwick, R.I. No racist, discriminatory, vulgar or threatening language will be tolerated.

I still remember the anxiety and excitement of my own first year in middle school. The sudden intense desire to be pretty, which I don’t remember having felt before. If Justice clothes could help smooth the path, I thought that was all for the good. Until they were in fifth grade, I had searched out most of my daughters’ clothes at secondhand stores or stores for younger kids. The company also said it expects the Justice liquidation to be a quick sale based on strong demand.

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