Northwest discount chain The Big Label has shut its doors after falling into administration.

The Big Label, which rebranded from QS Discount in 2007, ceased trading on Monday.

Administrator Ian Williamson from Campbell Crossley and Davis said: “All of the stores are closed and we are in talks with interested parties with the view of a possible sale.”

The Big Label offered up to 75 per cent off brands including Calvin Klein, Adidas and Nike.

Owner Simon Yates, whose parents started the company 30 years ago as market stalls, was two years ago reported to be part of a consortium who tried to buy the late Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch.