The No Coverage swimwear retailer is planning to shutter its swimwear stores in the United States and Canada on March 6, 2018.
The retailer will close its stores and its website in all states, according to the statement, which also cited “recent legal proceedings.”
The store, which opened in January 2018, was launched in a small storefront tucked in a strip mall in Los Angeles.
The statement said the store, owned by the company behind the popular No Cover Swimwear brand, is closing for the time being.
The No Cover swimwear brand is a popular brand among women’s swimwear brands, particularly those that feature a limited-edition swimsuit collection.
The brand was founded in 2013 by designer Tanya Zolnicki and former swimsuit model Yuna Bajarin, who are both on the board of the No Cover Foundation.
Zolniki said the decision to close No Cover was made because “the world needs more swimwear.”
In an interview with The Hill, Zolnic said the foundation has already closed its shops in Australia, Brazil, the United Kingdom, and Canada, adding, “We have the funds and we are in good shape.”
A statement from the No Coverage Foundation also said the No. 3 spot on the retailer’s website will remain open.
No Coverage Swimsuits’ Swimwear line is a collection of swimwear that has a large variety of styles, but there are no specific brands on the No COVER Swimwear collection.
It also does not sell any swimwear.
The website also offers an extensive catalog of swimsuits.