As it reportedly considers a bankruptcy restructuring, Brooks Brothers is indicating on its website that it has closed a Darien clothing store and a women’s boutique in Westport for good.

The company indicates it will keep operating another Main Street store in Westport and a storefront on Greenwich Avenue in Greenwich, as well as other Connecticut locations at the Danbury Fair and Stamford Town Center malls; the Clinton Crossing Premium Outlet and Tanger Outlet Center at Foxwoods; and three Hartford-area stores.

Bloomberg, CNBC and other outlets have reported the possibility of a Brooks Brothers bankruptcy or sale over the past few months.

Brooks Brothers has filed notice of possible closures of factories in New York, Massachusetts and North Carolina this summer. CEO Claudio Del Vecchio told the New York Times the factories “never made money for us” and that the company needed to preserve cash to “come out on the other side” of the coronavirus crisis.

Founded in 1818 and based in New York City, Brooks Brothers is the oldest clothing retailer in the United States, having helped popularize a number of fashion statements in its two centuries in business including argyle socks, Harris tweeds and Shetland sweaters.

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