dELia*s was once the one-stop shop for the trendy ‘90s girl. Then the company declared bankruptcy in late 2014 and announced it would be shuttering its glittery doors for good.
But a recent post on the company’s site reveals that the butterfly clip and platform sneaker purveyor is planning a comeback.
A post on the company’s Instagram confirmed the exciting news.
Another post confirmed that the company would launch its website in August.
When the news originally broke last December that dELia*s was closing, ’90s kids were devastated.
— danielle kushner (@dkushner_) December 14, 2014
Nostalgic millennials: If you have Delia's gift cards stashed in your Lisa Frank binders you have a month to use them http://t.co/nN5PkeoiKe
— Melanie Cohen (@MelanieLisa) December 24, 2014
the deliA*s in my old mall is closing and I need a moment of silence
— buying cbd at the airport (@rachelmillman) December 28, 2014
But it seems like the outpouring of sadness convinced Fab/Starpoint, the owner of companies like Hello Kitty and Alloy, to acquire dELia*s and get it back in the game.
— dELiA*s (@delias) March 13, 2015
One can only hope that the dELiA*s reboot will feature the type of merch they’re known for: butterfly clips, florals, and lots and lots of polyester.