Paule Ka fashion brand placed in receivership

The Equipe Paule Ka team colours
(Image credit: Paule Ka)

The French fashion brand Paule Ka has been placed in receivership and in an insolvency plan, according to a report in Fashion Network Tuesday. The Paris Commercial Court opened the procedure on October 27.

The women's fashion brand was placed in receivership after, according to the brand, "its sole shareholder, the company Rodexia, and its chairman Matthias Thoma did not inject the necessary funds and on which he made a commitment during its acquisition in June 2020 from Marco Polo group," reported in Fashion Network.

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