Since Thursday, it has been impossible to make online purchases on the websites of several ready-to-wear brands belonging to the Mulliez galaxy.

If the specter of a computer attack hovers, especially after the one that partly caused the bankruptcy of Camaïeu, the group's communication is intended to be reassuring.

“Following a technical incident, access to is limited”, can we read on the sites of Rouge-gorge, Jules, BZB and Grain de malice, four of the 6 brands gathered within Fashion cube of the Mulliez family.

A "technical incident" that we are described as "a suspicion of attack" and not an attack.

“No data has been lost, there is no damage”, we are assured at

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A situation that has lasted since last Thursday

According to the Fashion Cube communication, this suspected attack required maintenance interventions on the sites of 6 brands, which “are all based on the same platform”.

Most of the sites are accessible again this Tuesday, even if it remains impossible to place new orders for Rouge-gorge, Jules, BZB and Grain de malice.

We have not been told when the situation will return to normal.

The Fashion cube communication also puts into perspective the financial impact of six days without online sales, ensuring that the bulk of the turnover of the brands concerned was made through physical stores.


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