A home furnishers retailer that specializes in vintage furniture, vintage shoes, vintage furniture and other vintage goods has been ordered to close its stores, relocate to a new location and close its doors by the end of the year.
Steffy announced the news Tuesday, just hours after it announced that it would close its store in the city of Los Angeles.
Stefy was founded in 1872 by two brothers, William and Charles Steffers.
The company, based in Los Angeles, had its first store in Los Angles in 1979, and now it has more than 200 locations across the country.
It was founded by William Steffier and his wife, Florence, who have owned the company since 1975.
Florence Steffiers, the daughter of William Stefier, is now the president of the company.
William and Florence Stefers also founded the luxury jewelry brand Marc Jacobs.
Steffensteffs daughter, Tiffany, and her husband, Jeffrey, founded luxury clothing brand Ralph Lauren.
Steppinsteff is known for its iconic brands like Tiffany & Antony and the Johnsons, which were among the most successful fashion labels of the 1970s.
Steppa is best known for the steampunk-inspired designs, which feature brightly colored, brightly-painted, hand-crafted furniture and accessories.
It also has a fashion line that includes items for men and women.
The family said in a statement that it was “devastated” to learn of the decision to close the store.
Steffeers told the Los Angeles Times that he has spent the past four months planning a new store location and that he had begun “rebuilding” the company to accommodate a possible move.
The Steffys will remain in Los Feliz, Calif., where they have a store, according to the Los Felisas department store chain.