The firm Carmen March has not been able to raise its head after the previous crisis and it has forced to announce the closure of the brand. This is what the company itself has announced with a definitive date: it will cease all its activities on 30 May. Neither the Paris Fashion Week parades nor its Latin and Spanish airs have managed to save it from this sad fall.
It’s not his first closing threat, but it’s his final one. In 2016 Carmen March relaunched the firm after leaving the creative direction of Pedro del Hierro in the Tendam group. And now she has been forced to throw away the key, although the Mallorcan designer has not given specific reasons in her statement.
“I would like to thank all the individuals and institutions that have supported me. Not only in this last project, but throughout my entire career in fashion. I feel honored to be able to work with and learn from such an extraordinary team of people. These years have shaped me as a person and have been the ultimate adventure.” – Carmen March.
Unfortunately, the Mallorcan designer who has fallen in love with Kendall Jenner herself will not be the only one forced to close after the Coronavirus crisis. The disastrous effects that the pandemic will have on small businesses and the fashion world are especially endangering smaller, niche firms.
Photos | @carmenmarch_official.