The decision follows the loss of 81 positions at the Welwyn Garden City office when KPMG was appointed to oversee the business' collapse at the end of October.
There were originally 208 employees at head office, which has now been reduced to 92.
Last week, a further 1,738 jobs went as 373 loss-making shops were told they would close.
Richard Fleming, UK head of restructuring at KPMG, and joint administrator, said: “Unfortunately, we have made a further 35 redundancies at head office in Welwyn Garden City. This follows the initial 81 redundancies announced on appointment of administrators.
"The redundancies reflect the reduced need for head office staff, following the store closure programme announced last week. The redundancies were made across the head office teams.”