Justice Store Closures
Bluestar, whose portfolio also includes Bebe, Brookstone, and Limited Too, is hopeful that they’ll be able to rebuild and grow the Justice brand. Ascena’s fire sale of its brands started before it filed for bankruptcy. Last spring it sold its Maurices brand, and later wound down its Dressbarn banner and sold the brand to Retail Ecommerce Ventures, which this year snapped up the Pier 1 and Modell’s brands out of Chapter 11 after those retailers liquidated. Justice Brand Holdings, an entity formed by brand management company Bluestar Alliance, will acquire the Justice brand’s intellectual property, as well as certain assets and liabilities, for about $90 million, the statement said.
Clothing from Brothers was initially sold online only, but was eventually sold in select Justice stores as well as standalone Brothers stores. Justice formerly offered “J Bucks”, later renamed to Style Perks. You can receive one card for every purchase you make during this time.
Those stores are located in Bridgewater, Cherry Hill, Deptford, Edison, Elizabeth, Freehold, Paramus and Wayne. But the company is also going back to its roots, it said, with the relaunch of its classic “trend-proof” Justice Denim line of jeans, jeggings and shorts. The retailer also is bringing back its popular Collection X by Justice line, which was designed to combine style and comfort via deluxe fabrics. The Justice size range spans 5/6 to 20 plus , although ranges may differ in certain categories.
The tween clothing store in the Freehold Raceway Mall will be closing in 2021. One of the girls asked for Justice gift cards for every birthday and Christmas. It was as if some secret ingredient magically made the clothes cool. Putting on a Justice top seemed like a step to belonging in a whole new age group and phase of life . The Justice store in The Empire Mall will close sometime next year with the bankruptcy sale of the brand.