The first meeting of creditors for collapsed designer denim brand Bettina Liano will be held next week.
Ferrier Hodgson's John Lindholm and Brendan Richards were appointed joint and several voluntary administrators of the company on July 8, with creditors set to meet at their Melbourne offices on July 20.
The company will be traded as a going concern as Lindholm and Richards assess its financial position.
Bettina Liano was established 28 years ago and trades in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth through a chain of seven stores. It is also distributed in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and Malaysia through more than 120 stockists.
The brand currently employs 90 people across the country.