Six Irish stores are set to close as a result of restructuring at the Arcadia group.
The UK retailers creditors have today approved a plan to save the company following declining sales and high rents.
Four stores in Dublin including Evans on Henry St, Topshop at Jervis St, Wallis at Liffey Valley and Topshop on Stephens Green will shut up shop while Dorothy Perkins in Cork and Miss Selfridge in Galway are also impacted by the move.
Creditors voted on seven separate Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) proposals today, deciding the fate of 18,000 employees.
They first voted on the proposals last week, but after a knife-edge vote where some of the plans were rejected, Arcadia adjourned the meeting to today.