Charlotte Russe

15 Jun 19

Hi guys…hope everyone is having a groovy time surviving this heat. I know I am!!( …not). Regardless of the horrible heat, summer is my favorite time of the year because the amount of adorable rompers, two pieces, shorts, whatever the case may be, that I see is ridiculous. I have to constantly resist the urge […]

15 Jun 19
Glamour Much

don’t mind me, just trying to serve those 2013 Ariana Grande vibes 🤪 top: Charlotte Russe skirt: Charlotte Russe shoes: Charlotte Russe Check out this look on my Instagram @glamourmuch

14 Jun 19
News Directory

MainPlace tBall to reverse get started. Mall owner Centennial Real Estate Co. Freeway for building up to 1,900 residential units, the outdoor plaza and more entertainment features. The council approved the overall plans on Tuesday, June 4. Plans for a redesigned MainPlace slow in Santa Ana. T (Courtesy of Centennial Real Estate Co.) t Would […]

14 Jun 19

In my mid-twenties I moved out of my mother’s house and into an apartment with my best friend. She had been seeing a considerably older gentleman off and on for some time but it didn’t seem to ever be going anywhere. A young man, Steven (names have been changed to protect the innocent), from the […]

14 Jun 19
Styled by Stacey-Jay

Yes, I am back again and if you don’t know the Paula Abdul song I’m naming this post after, you def need to stop and look up Cold Hearted Snake and watch the iconic dance solo she does! ICONIC! Anyways this new year has been kicking my butt. I am already getting a taste of changes and […]

12 Jun 19
Bellah's World

Hey Bellah Blog Readers! Normally today would be about the History of the Met Gala but some recent and surprising news in the retail fashion industry that will probably make a lot of those who like high end looking fashion for cheap really happy! Earlier this year, Charlotte Russe declared bankrupt and closed many of […]

12 Jun 19
Inner Thoughts and Confusions

I have finally hit adulthood. And by that I mean I am finally living on my own, searching for a job in my field, and most importantly paying for my own food and clothing. This time last year was the first time I realized I had the ability to pay for whatever food and clothing […]

12 Jun 19

Today I wanted to do something a little different. I wanted to attempt my first palette bingo. I’ve watched lots of videos on other Youtubers doing this challenge. I got inspired and thought it would be fun. So I wanted to do a palette bingo challenge using the Ace Beaute Slice of Paradise Palette. I […]

11 Jun 19
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
Press Telegram
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
Pasadena Star News
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
Orange County Register
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
Daily Breeze
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
Daily News
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
11 Jun 19
Whittier Daily News
Z Gallerie, a home furnishings retailer, has been sold in a bankruptcy auction, leading to the loss of as many as 196 jobs at its headquarters in Gardena. It’s possible the new owners, online retailer DirectBuy Home Improvement, will retain some of Z Galleries’ workers, according to a letter filed May 31 with the California Employment Development Department. At the time the letter was sent, Z Gallerie said it believed all workers, from corporate executives to warehouse floor workers, would be let go by late June. The letter indicates the warehouse, offices and outlet at 1855 West 139th St. will be downsized. Representatives with Z Gallerie could not be reached for comment. As part of the restructuring, 17 of the company’s 76 stores nationally will eventually close. Southern California locations include Torrance, Sherman Oaks, Mission Viejo, Costa Mesa, Corona and Newport Beach. Z Gallerie filed for bankruptcy in March, citing operating cash on hand of only $2 million. DirectBuy Home Improvement bought the chain in an auction in late May for $20.3 million, most of which involves the assumption of debt. The downsizing in Gardena is a result of the buyer’s plan to integrate Z Gallerie’s operations with its own. According to the May 31 letter to state officials, some current employees were being interviewed by the new owner and could be asked to remain at their jobs. Z Gallerie was granted a debtor-in-possession loan from a bank to enable it to continue to pay its workers until the sale is final. The March bankruptcy is its second since 2009. Other major retailers that have announced store closures in 2019 include Macy’s J.C. Penney, Charlotte Russe and Payless Shoe Source.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]