Date that fashion retailer M&Co will relaunch after closing all 170 High Street stores is revealed
- M&Co had closed all 170 of its stores by the end of April this year
- But the retailer will be back later this year just months after the closing sales
- Find out all you need to know about the fashion store’s return below
Fashion retailer M&Co has announced the date it will be returning, after closing all 170 of its High Street shops this year.
The closures between March and April were at the expense of an estimated 1,900 jobs.
The UK fashion chain, previously called Mackay’s, fell into administration for the second time in two years in December 2022, but will hope for different fortunes this time around.
Read on to find out when the retailer will be making its return.
M&Co was the latest big High Street name to bite the dust, following in the footsteps of Woolworths, HMV, and Littlewoods
The M&Co brand was bought by Yours Clothing from its administrators Teneo after being put into administration in December 2022
After its successive administrations, the M&Co brand was bought by Yours Clothing from administrators Teneo.
Afterwards all 170 High Street M&Co stores were closed before the end of April.
However, in May it was announced that the company planned to launch an all-new M&Co website.
This new site, it has now been announced, is due to be live on June 21, starting with the sale of womenswear.
There are also still plans in the works for an M&Co app, but no plans have been released.
However, if shoppers are planning a nostalgic visit up and down the aisles, they will be disappointed – as there is no plan to bring the High Street presence back.