Well that's interesting and a little complicated. The government-appointed trustee overseeing the sale of the bankrupt Dutch luxo-moppet fashion chain Oilily has announced a deal, of sorts.
Turns out it's the family of Willem Olsthoorn, the hippiepreneur who founded the company back in the early 60's, and who sold it to ABN Amro & Friends in 2003. Only according to Textilia, a Dutch rag trade journal, the Olsthoorns are only buying the brand and trademarks, not the 70-plus retail stores.
Interestingly, Olsthoorn's daughter runs a more traditional children's clothing and bedding company called Room Seven. At least that's what it's called for now.
Despite the pre-Queen's Day hype, there were apparently no real bidders for the whole company, so the stores will close. What will happen to the rest of the 50-euro psychedelic children's tights industry is anyone's guess.
update: Buys back? Or gets back? According to this 2008 interview with Olsthoorn, they only sold a controlling interest, 55%, in 2003. Which could mean that there were no bidders at all, and that the Olsthoorns are just picking up 45% of the pieces and taking them home.