The Canadian retailer, Le Château, is officially headed back to the market! The brand is releasing a “glamour capsule” collection on November 16.
Le Château became a staple store for formal wear in Canada when it opened in 1959, so when the brand filed for bankruptcy in October 2020, customers were quite upset over the news.
Shortly after, the company then closed all stores.
The good news is that Suzy Shier acquired the brand this past summer, which is making Le Château’s return to the scene possible.
Although there won’t be any Le Château brick-and-mortar stores, there will be a revamped website that you can browse. The anticipated “glamour capsule” will have gorgeous holiday dresses just in time for the festive season.
It’s still not specified if Suzy Shier locations will eventually sell Le Château pieces, so for right now, you can look forward to online shopping!
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