The British retailer, which focuses on niche brands and high levels of service, will roll out to 20 Fraser and Flannels stores.
Byland was set up by the brand’s Chinese franchise partner, Rebecca Feng.
Shareholders’ stakes have been wiped out and the company has suspended trading, but commercial operations are still running.
The company has sought bankruptcy protection just two years after an 11 million pounds injection from Rockpool Investments.
New owner Mike Ashley is faced with mounting debt and the industry wonders how he will repair relationships.
The brand expects to spend 3 million pounds to cover costs resulting from the retailer’s troubles.
The department store owes millions of pounds to its creditors including Giorgio Armani and Mulberry.
The retailer reportedly has at least 50,000 unfulfilled online orders.
Ashley wants to stock Gucci and Prada among other luxury brands.
House of Fraser could be the biggest challenge yet for Sports Direct tycoon Mike Ashley in a cold climate for British high-street retail.
The troubled retailer called in Ernst & Young early Friday, hours before a distressed sale to retail tycoon Mike Ashley.
Topshop confirmed it is exploring new opportunities in the region.