By  on June 24, 2018

NEW YORK — After battling everyone from its landlord to its modeling agency over unpaid bills for the past several months, J.Mendel has filed for Chapter 11 protection in U.S. bankruptcy court in New York.

“Restructuring the company’s debts will allow J.Mendel to face the current challenging luxury retail environment, and I am confident that this will allow the company to move forward with renewed financial stability, allowing us to focus on crafting the best designs for our devoted clientele,” said John Georgiades of Stallion Inc., J.Mendel’s controlling investor who has been running the firm since Marc Durie’s departure as chief executive officer in March 2016.

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