By the end of 2016, Avon had more than 5,500 stores, but in just the last year it has shed more than 1,200, closing about 1,000 locations.
It’s not clear how much of the lost revenue was due to the recession, or if the recession itself had anything to do with the company’s loss.
“In terms of sales, Avons sales have fallen sharply over the last several years, and in some cases it was due, in large part, to our loss in the market,” the company wrote in a letter to shareholders in February.
The company’s business has been undergoing a transformation as it tries to modernize its brand and sell more products and services online.
But its most famous product remains the leather bracelet.
The bracelet is one of the few pieces of jewelry that has been designed and built by the same company, and it has sold more than 14 million since its launch in 1989.
It has also inspired a lot of creative products.
The jewelry chain has made the bracelet and its iconic diamond ring, which are now used by celebrities, celebrities’ friends, and even celebrities themselves.
But the company has also struggled to keep up with the growth of social media, where customers post their own designs and photos of their own jewelry, and the demand for its products is outpacing its inventory.
Avon’s jewelry business has grown to more than $8 billion, but it’s lost $400 million in the last 12 months, according to financial filings.
While the company says it has more than 10,000 stores across the world, it also says that it has closed about 1.2 million locations over the past decade.
The loss of the brand is the latest blow for Avon, which is based in the U.K. and has offices in the United States and the United Kingdom.
In a blog post last week, Avo said that its global business was in “very good shape,” but that its business was “challenging,” adding that its retail and service business “remains the weakest part of the business.”