My-Wardrobe has ceased trading eight years after launching, with Net-a-Porter acquiring digital assets, including the brand’s URL, in the process.
The luxury and ready-to-wear e-commerce site now redirects to Net-a-Porter, The Outnet and Mr Porter.
In a statement, a spokesperson from the Net-a-Porter Group said: "The Net-a-Porter Group confirms that it has acquired some the Company's assets, including its URL, which will help direct returning My-Wardrobe.com customers to The Net-a-Porter group.
“[It] has not acquired My-Wardrobe.com or any of its liabilities."
Curran’s husband, and co-founder, continued to run the business after her departure until April this year when financial backer Steven Tucker stepped in to handle the day to day running.
Tucker launched a bricks and mortar store for My-Wardrobe earlier this year, hailing it a “positive start” for the brand.
However, it is not currently known what will now happened to the retail outlet.
In August last year, My-Wardrobe appointed Steak to handle its digital marketing activity.