Part of fashion designer McAlinden’s business in liquidation

Fashion designer Helen McAlinden has said it is ‘‘business as usual’’ for her clothing brand, despite being forced to wind up part of her business, writes James Enright.

15th January, 2011

Fashion designer Helen McAlinden has said it is ‘‘business as usual’’ for her clothing brand, despite being forced to wind up part of her business, writes James Enright.

Dawsonridge Trading, the company behind McAlinden’s fashion business, went into liquidation at the end of last month. Barry Forrest of Forrest & Co chartered accountants was appointed liquidator to the concession company, which supplies garments to fashion houses including Arnotts and House of...

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