Jean Machine Clothing Inc., a Canadian retailer of denim and casual fashion, will be closing its doors by the end of February due to losses.
Announced by Lisa Hryciuk via social media, the company will close 20 of 24 stores on January 31st, 2019 with the remaining four to be closed on February 28th, 2019.
The post states that as of November 1, 2019, all sales will be final and refunds or exchanges will no longer be offered.
Their e-commerce website Jeanmachine.com will continue to operate with no said date announced as to its closing.
The company initially filed for bankruptcy protection in January, 2017 before it was picked up by Vancouver-based investor Stern Partners Inc., a corporation with controlling interests in Bootlegger, Ricki’s and Warehouse One.
Jean Machine has been in operation for 42 years, founded in 1976. All of their stores are in Ontario including one in Greater Sudbury. It’s located in the New Sudbury Centre. The tiny store next to soft Moc and Quilts.