Gymboree relaunches in over 200 Children's Place stores and online

iStock/FabrikaCr(NEW YORK) — Nearly one year after closing, beloved children’s clothing brand Gymboree is back.

The popular retail brand is relaunching under The Children’s Place after filing for bankruptcy for the second time in 2019.

On Tuesday, both companies announced that Gymboree will be back in over 200 Children’s Place stores nationwide, in Canada and online through a brand new website.

“The Gymboree team has worked tirelessly to bring this iconic brand back to its passionate and loyal customers,” President and CEO Jane Elfers said in a statement.

The iconic apparel launch features eight collections that include sizes 12M – 8.

“Gymboree was successfully built on capturing the essence of childhood in its product design,” Senior Vice President of Design and Brand Creative Jennifer Groves said in a statement. “Childhood passes by in a moment, and because of this, we want to capture family memories that will last forever as kids run, dream, explore and imagine…all in Gymboree.”

Gymboree’s relaunch is also offering free shipping and free returns for online orders in addition to a mobile app that can be conveniently browsed and shopped.

The latest offerings from the brand include adorable dresses, accessories, matching tops, bottoms and more.

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