BusinessBusiness RecoverySadie Frost’s business enters administration

Sadie Frost's business enters administration

Fashion retailer FrostFrench enters administration

Sadie Frost’s fashion company has entered into administration with over £4m
of debts.

Frost French, the clothes business set up by Jude Law’s former wife Sadie
Frost and design partner Jemima French, suffered trading difficulties according
to reports.

However the pair have set up a new trading company after a Norwegian investor
stepped in.

Administrators from David Rubin & Partners said the business and assets
were transferred as a going concern and no jobs had been lost, reported the
Independent.

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