An international chain of clothing retailers has announced that it will be rolling out a new look for its products in an effort to revive its reputation.
The Irish Times understands that Filson is planning to introduce three new colours for its garments.
The first is a dark, muted-brown colour, which is part of the range that the chain will roll out over the coming months.
The second is a metallic grey colour, also part of its range, which will be available in summer.
The third is a bright pink colour, introduced by Filson in 2017.
The chain’s announcement comes after a spate of leaks that were largely attributed to disgruntled customers and customers who had not been provided with the necessary information to confirm that their order had arrived.
In a statement, Filson said it is “actively exploring the new colour palette”, but said that it would not be releasing any more information about the colours “for now”.
“We are committed to providing customers with the utmost care in their delivery process,” it said.
“The new colour scheme will be rolled out to all Filson stores across Ireland this summer.
Filson has a long history of innovative and creative designs, and the new colours will reinforce our commitment to our customer-first philosophy.”
It is not clear how long the new look will be in place.
In a statement to The Irish Time, the chain said that “a limited number of orders” will be made online and via its online store.
The new look comes as Filson struggles to regain its footing after a string of disappointing results in recent years.
In 2018, it announced that the brand had lost €20 million (£15 million) in the year to the end of September, and is expected to see a loss of €25 million (£20 million) this year.