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Recently filed accounts show Monsoon Accessorize Ireland Limited recorded a €136,570 loss for the year ended August 25th, 2018.

Womenswear retailer Monsoon Accessorize saw profit at its Irish arm fall into the red after it booked an exceptional charge having reassessed lease ag(...)

 Accessorize Monsoon Children,  Oxford Street, London. Photograph:  Yui Mok/PA

High street shops Monsoon and Accessorize will receive rent cuts after landlords voted for a plan to reduce its costs. Creditors backed plans to redu(...)

Monsoon Roofbox Bag

Stanley Classic Insulated Stein Stanley Classic Insulated Stein A bottle of water is all very well after a tough day on the trail, bu(...)

Monsoon Accessorize Ireland Ltd has recorded an operating profit  of €480,643 versus €750,251 a year earlier

The Irish subsidiary of retailer Monsoon Accessorize, has recorded a €2.32 million pretax loss for the year ending August 2015, versus a €1.47 million(...)

36 Cruises Street in Limerick: purpose-built, two-storey, mid-terrace, brick-clad retail unit

They say sex sells and that could be true in the case of a Limerick shop let on a long lease to a retailer specialising in adult toys and kinky linger(...)

Argos pays an annual rent of €300,000 per annum for its Kilkenny store

Private investors who may have missed the opportunity to buy into a retail property in Dublin city centre will have the option of investing in an app(...)

Douglas shopping centre in Cork: in receivership since July 2012

Six more Irish shopping centres are to be offered for sale in a single lot by Lloyds Banking in a further move to recover some of the development loa(...)

In the €9 billion grocery trade, the two big stories of 2013 were the alarming fall-off in Tesco’s Irish sales, and the relentless onwards march of the German discounters Aldi and Lidl. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The retail sector was the laggard of the Irish economy in 2013. Consumer sentiment may have risen to a five-year high on the back of the nascent econo(...)

Karen Fitzpatrick (centre), Sarah Morrissey (left) and Lynn Kelly model clothes by Monsoon Accessorize. Photograph: Eric Luke

Women’s clothing and accessories chain Monsoon Accessorize has been granted further High Court protection from creditors until June 12th. (...)

There was a time when children were expected to grow into their clothes – whether they were hand-me-downs or bought in a larger size in order t(...)