It is the message on the door on Kongensgade 98 in Esbjerg.
It is here, the shop Kjolehimlen, owned by Dorthe Lykke Bergmann, usually opens its doors to a host of colorful designerkjoler, but now it's over.
The typing of JydskeVestkysten.
Kjolehimlen is the subject of bankruptcy - both the website and the physical store - much to the chagrin of several customers, which now stands without a christmas present.
On the Facebook group ‘Info from citizens to citizens in Esbjerg town’, writes a woman bl.a., that she because of the bankruptcy can't get the christmas gift she bought for her daughter.
'My christmas gift to my daughter who is coming home from Scotland and keeps christmas, should be ready there - paid and mail from Kjolehimlen that it was ready for pickup, but when I the day after would fetch, was closed.'
however, There is hope for the individuals who have purchased a dress from Kjolehimlen, which has been delivered to the store.
The state attorney and curator of the estate, Dan B. Larsen, Dahl Advokatpartnerselskab.
"If there is a dress in the store now, where there clearly is a name, then get the customer his dress. But there are some requirements that the name must be clearly visible, and that the dress must be separated from the rest of the inventory. So you know that the dress actually does not belong to the store, but the specific owner, so you can be exceptionally lucky to get her dress. But it can be difficult," says Dan B. Larsen to JydskeVestkysten.
He tells at the same time, that it is an unhappy situation for both the customers and the owner, and to Dorthe Lykke Bergmann was surprised by how bad it was to shop up to the bankruptcy, even though she knew that it did not go well.
JydskeVestkysten writes that it has not been possible to get a comment from Dorthe Lykke Bergmann.Date Of Update: 17 December 2019, 02:00