Justice, a clothing store for tween-aged girls, is dumping its Brothers clothing line for boys and store-within-a-store concepts due to disappointing sales. Launched in 2011, the brand should be completely gone by summer 2015. That was quick!
See this article posted in February 2015 - http://www.dispatch.com/conten.....brand.html
Read more at http://www.bizjournals.com/col.....-amid.html
The name was added to store signs and a department offering clothing and accessories for boys age 12 and younger was included in nearly a fifth of their 1,000 Justice locations. The company's 2014 annual report said it planned to expand the tween-boys brand into 250 of the the Justice stores by the end of 2015. But the line had been operating at a loss and in February 2015, they announced the closing.
The parent company is New Jersey-based Ascena. Their other brands include Lane Bryant, Cacique, Maurices, Dressbarn and Catherines.
In 2008, the former Limited Too stores were converted to Justice, with lower price points. The Justice stores were located in strip shopping centers rather than in traditional enclosed malls. Read more at http://www.dispatch.com/conten.....B0PH3.html