Another big brand has become the victim of Australia's fast-changing retail industry, with all individual stores and concession stores in the country to shut shop in the coming weeks.
While it's undeniably sad news for fans of the British fashion brand, it's good news for savvy shoppers who want to pick up some designer apparel at rock-bottom prices.
When will Karen Millen stores close?
Karen Millen is already in the hands of administrators and is expected to have closed all storefronts and concession outlets by the end of September this year.
What closing-down deals are on offer?
Karen Millen's Closing Down Sale includes up to 75% off everything in stock. including new arrivals.
A classic white Lace-Up Shirt is reduced from $225 to just $59, and Coated Skinny Jeans are down from $275 to just $79. These are among hundreds of massive deals that are sure to sell fast to fans of the label.
Where can I shop the sale?
Karen Millen's closing-down sale can be shopped online, with $14.95 express delivery to Australia, or free shipping over $150. Delivery takes around five days from the time is is shipped out.
If you want to check out the mark-downs in person, you'll find Karen Millen stores in Melbourne's South Wharf DFO, Emporium, Westfield Doncaster, Chadstone, QVB, Burnside Village and Chatswood Chase.
There are eight Karen Millen concession stores found at select David Jones and Myer stores in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
Can I still use my Karen Millen gift card?
According to administrators, the good news is that all current gift cards will be honoured. Dig them out and put them to good use fast, as sale items will sell quickly.
What about returns or refunds?
Choose carefully at on sale items as all sales are final and Karen Millen will not be offering any refunds or returns on any purchase online or at a physical store.
How can I contact customer service?
You can either send a message to the team via the online form on the local website, or for a faster response, try phoning your nearest store.