Dutch lingerie brand Marlies Dekkers booked a loss of €2.9m in 2012 and is in talks with Rabobank on a new round of funding.

Dutch lingerie brand Marlies Dekkers booked a loss of €2.9m in 2012 and is in talks with Rabobank on a new round of funding.

 

The designer, known for her line ‘Undressed’ recorded the loss after booking a profit of €400,000 in 2011 and €1.33m the previous year, reports Dutch magazine Quote.

 

The lingerie and swimwear firm led by Michelle Mone recorded a loss of £547,018 in the 18 months to October 2012.

 

Marlies Dekkers is the second major lingerie designer to report financial difficulty this month.

 

A spokesperson for the company told the publication that the retail group is not on the verge of bankruptcy and a possible investor has been found.

 

The news followed the bra tycoon’s announcement in February that she was teaming up with MAS Holdings after cutting business ties with her former husband.

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