The Swiss young fashion chain Tally Weijl is growing through the take-over of the 69 Mim stores in France. The French fashion company Mim filed bankruptcy in 2016 and was placed under forced management.

“The take-over of the Mim stores and the conversion into Tally Weijl stores is an excellent opportunity to enhance our presence in France and to strengthen our brand”, says Beat Grüring, CEO Tally Weijl.

As of April, all Mim stores will be transformed into Tally Weijl stores keeping all 279 employees. With the acquisition, the Swiss young fashion company serves the French market with 110 stores.

In Düsseldorf Tally Weijl recently opened its first pop-up store over two floors on 420 sqm. The store will be open for 18 months.

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