25 January, 2022 - 26 January, 2022
Porto Alegre, Brazil
26 January, 2022 - 27 January, 2022
New York, U.S.
07 February, 2022 - 09 February, 2022
08 February, 2022 - 10 February, 2022
21 February, 2022 - 24 February, 2022
The company employs 243 people and operates footwear concessions within some stores belonging to the Arcadia Group, which owns the Topshop and Burton fashion retail chains.
As the UK based Arcadia Group brakes up after collapsing into administration, Lloyd Shoe is the first supplier to suffer collateral damage. The shoe company is said to continue to operate as normal despite having filed a notice to appoint an administrator. "Lloyd Shoe operates footwear concessions for stores within the Arcadia group of brands and the business is working closely with the administrators of Arcadia to support their trading strategy whilst they seek a buyer(s). The business continues to trade as normal”, said a spokesperson.
Founded in 1986, Lloyd Shoe, based in East London, operates over 800 men’s and women’s footwear concessions and across the UK, Ireland, Germany, Netherlands and the U.S.. The Arcadia Group, which collapsed into administration, putting over 13,000 jobs at risk, owns the Topshop, Topman, Miss Selfridge, Dorothy Perkins, Wallis, Evans, Outfit and Burton fashion retail chains.