Troubled fashion etailer My-Wardrobe has launched a 40% off Sale across all current season stock, just months after it revealed the future of thebusiness was being reviewed.

My-Wardrobe is offering 40% off all categories such as clothing, footwear and accessories across designer brands including Helmut Lang, Burberry and Marc by Jacobs.

The Sale began this morning and is understood to be running until all stock sells out.

The Sale comes just two months after My-Wardrobe said it was “pausing to review all strategic options” and cancelled all spring 15 orders. At the time, the company provided no further detail on what the possible options included.

A statement from My-Wardrobe at the time read: “’My-Wardrobe is currently pausing to review all strategic options - all employees and suppliers will be paid and it’s business as usual for the moment.”

My-Wardrobe was saved from administration in a pre-pack deal in November last year by a group of private investors under the name Growth Capital Acquisitions. The deal saved 48 jobs.

My-Wardrobe was founded by Andrew Curran and ex-wife Sarah in 2006. Sarah Curran left My-Wardrobe in July 2013 and now heads Shop Direct’s Very Exclusive arm. Andrew Curran left My-Wardrobe in April and is chairman of homewares retailer Amara.

No comment was available from My-Wardrobe.