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National

• March 30: Mecca has closed all stores around the country for at least "four weeks until the end of April." You can still shop online.

• March 26: All General Pants stores are now closed “until further notice”. You can still shop online.

• March 26: Premier Investments, which owns Just Jeans, Portmans, Smiggle, Peter Alexander, Jay Jays and Portmans, is temporarily closing all its retail stores. 9000 employees are affected.

• March 25: Gorman has closed all its stores until further notice. You can still shop online.

• March 25: Accent Group is temporarily closing of all its stores, which include The Athlete's Foot, Hype and Platypus, with 5000 workers impacted. You can continue to shop these brands online.

• March 25: Fashion conglomerate Mosaic Brands, which owns the Noni B, Rivers and Katies brands among others, has closed more than 1300 stores and stood down 7000 employees.

• March 23: Australian swimwear label Tigerlily enters voluntary administration. It had 30 stores around the country.

• March 18: Patagonia temporarily closed all its Australian stores. You can still shop online.

• March 17: New Balance temporarily closes all its Australian stores until at least March 27.

March 11: Stationery chain Kikki K is placed into voluntary administration.

• March 13: Apple temporarily closes its stores outside Greater China until March 27.


New South Wales

• March 27: Assembly Label has temporarily closed all its Sydney stores. You can still shop online, and the label has extended its return period to 60 days.

• March 25: Parlour X has temporarily closed its Paddington store. You can still shop online.

• March 25: Alpha60 has temporarily closed its stores in Newtown and the CBD. You can still shop online.

• March 25: Lee Matthews has announced the temporary closure of its stores in Double Bay, Paddington, Mosman and Newport Beach. You can still shop online.

• March 23: Lucy Folk has temporarily closed its Bondi concept store. You can still shop online.

• March 20: Swedish outdoor-clothing brand Fjallraven temporarily closes its Sydney store. You can still shop online.


Queensland

• March 27: Assembly Label has temporarily closed all its stores in Fortitude Valley and Pacific Fair. You can still shop online, and the label has extended its return period to 60 days.

• March 25: Lee Matthews has announced the temporary closure of its store in Fortitude Valley. You can still shop online.


South Australia

• March 29: Leatherworks has closed its Regent Arcade store indefinitely. It will have an online store up and running soon.

• March 17: Naomi Murrell has closed her Ebenezer Place boutique temporarily. You can still shop online.


Victoria

• March 27: Assembly Label has temporarily closed all its Melbourne stores. You can still shop online, and the label has extended its return period to 60 days.

• March 25: Alpha60 has temporarily closed its stores in Fitzroy, the CBD and Eastland. You can still shop online.

• March 25: Lee Matthews has announced the temporary closure of its stores in Armadale, Brighton and Carlton. You can still shop online.

• March 23: Sorrento designer store Debs Boutique is closing temporarily. You can still shop online.

• March 23: Lucy Folk has temporarily closed its boutiques in the CBD and Windsor. You can still shop online.

• March 22: Melbourne label Arnsdorf has closed its stores in Fitzroy and Emporium in the CBD "until further notice". You can still shop online.

• March 20: Swedish outdoor clothing brand Fjallraven temporarily closes its Melbourne store. You can still shop online.


Western Australia

• March 25: Alpha60 has temporarily closed its store in Claremont. You can still shop online.