Department store Debenhams to shut its doors in Pakistan after nine years

Published 27 Aug, 2021 06:20pm

Images Staff

The brand has shut down its stores across the globe as it winds up operations.

British department store Debenhams opened at Karachi's Dolmen City Mall in July 2012. – Photo courtesy Creative Commons
British department store Debenhams opened at Karachi's Dolmen City Mall in July 2012. – Photo courtesy Creative Commons

Department store Debenhams has announced on its social media that it will be closing its doors in Pakistan after nine years.

Debenhams is located in Dolmen Mall Clifton, in Karachi and was opened in 2012. The store will close on September 5.

The Debenhams brand has shut down its stores across the globe as it announced in December that it would be closing the business.

The brand will continue to be available online on the Boohoo website. It was bought by the fashion retailer for £55 million in January.

It is unclear why the shop in Karachi remained open for so long when the final Debenhams outlets in the UK closed in May. Images has reached out to Debenhams for a comment.

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