High street clothing brands removed from supermarket

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Clothing concessions, already closed due to lockdown restrictions, have been removed from a Tesco store.

Dorothy Perkins, Evans, Wallis and Miss Selfridge have been cleared from the supermarket in Long Eaton, leaving only the supermarket's own brand clothing range.

It is less than five years since the Arcadia concessions arrived at the Tesco Extra store in Waverley Street as part of a £1.5m refit in 2016.

The fashion group went into administration last November, putting 13,000 jobs and over 400 shops at risk.

Asos struck a deal to buy Topshop, Topman and Miss Selfridge for £295 million while Boohoo rescued Dorothy Perkins, Wallis and Burton for £25.2 million but both online retailers are closing down the high street shops and concessions.

It marks the end for Topshop, Topman, Dorothy Perkins and Burton stores in Nottingham city centre, and the Outfit unit at Riverside Retail

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