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Olivia Attwood ‘forced to close luxury clothing brand’ just three months after launch as fans moan about delivery delays

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OLIVIA Attwood has been forced to “shut down” her luxury clothing brand – just three months after its launch.

Fans have suffered “severe” delivery delays since the Love Island star’s famous pals gathered to celebrate the start-up business – We Are Foolish – in November.

Olivia Attwood has been forced to temporarily close her business

The online store has been closed for the past two weeks as it moves to a new warehouse in a bid to improve its services.

It’s promised to accept orders again “very soon”, but now customers are no longer able to buy items online and are being given refunds for purchased clothing that didn’t turn up.

We Are Foolish was in the works for three years before its launch at W London in November.

Olivia said she wanted to offer “timeless wardrobe essentials” to fans seeking a high street alternative.

Her fiance footballer Bradley Dack led a host of stars at the fancy launch – including Towie’s Pete Wicks, Clelia Theodorou, Nicole Bass and Fran Parman, Love Island’s Gabby Allen and Made in Chelsea icon Tom Dolemore.

“I’m really proud of it,” Olivia told The Sun at the time.

“I’ve grown up so much in the past four years and I think my style has evolved. There will be people my age and older who want to invest in quality pieces that will last from season to season.


“It’s not fad fashion, it’s about timeless, classic pieces.

“I would never put my name to something unless it was fully right.”

A spokesman for We Are Foolish explained: “We are moving!

“Since launching Foolish, our customers have experienced severe delays with their orders. For that we are sincerely sorry for any inconvenience caused and therefore have made the decision to move into a superior and larger fulfilment centre that will ensure our customers receive their orders efficiently.

“We will be back up and running very soon and look forward to providing our customers with the service they deserve.

“We will be providing all email subscribers with a discount code to use on our site when we are ready to launch the SS22 collection with out brand new warehouse.

“Our customer service team will be responding to all emails and refunds will be processed.

“Please be patient with our customer service team as they respond to messages and emails.

“This can take up to 24 hours to respond in some cases.

“Thank you. The Foolish Team.”

This post about the temporary closure was put on Instagram
The reality star has been planning her own clothing brand for years

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