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Concerns grow over fibre sourcing from forests

Ahead of an expected explosion in demand for wood pulp-based fibres such as rayon and viscose, environmental groups are calling on apparel a...

Product spend key to Lululemon Athletica growth

Investment is the name of the game. Well, that's the main focus for Canadian yoga wear brand Lululemon Athletica in the year ahead. The comp...

Quality issues continue to weigh on Lululemon

A lot's happened for Lululemon Athletica over the last few months, but one thing that continues to weigh on the yoga brand is the impact of...

US holiday season gets off to a slow start

A combination of cold weather, promotions and price cuts saw millions of Americans shop for holiday gifts over the Thanksgiving weekend, kic...

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Lululemon Athletica admits to humility on errors 27 Mar 2014

Katie Smith

Canadian yoga wear brand Lululemon Athletica saw its net profit for the fourth-quarter hold steady, with higher revenues offsetting lower comparable store sales and margins.


Beleaguered Lululemon rolls out '&Go' line 20 Mar 2014

Michelle Russell

Beleaguered Canadian yoga wear brand Lululemon Athletica may be hoping the roll out of its latest apparel line will work to turn its fortunes around and provide a meaningful change of heart for investors.


Nike and Under Armour forge ahead in activewear 20 Mar 2014

Michelle Russell

Nike Inc and performance apparel firm Under Armour are continuing to gain massive traction in the rapidly growing, high margin activewear segment - but at the expense of Adidas and smaller brands, according to a new survey.


Lululemon shareholder Capital doubles stake? 13 Feb 2014

Katie Smith

Capital Group is rumoured to have more than doubled its stake in beleaguered Canadian yoga wear brand Lululemon Athletica, which has been battling falling sales after complaints about the quality of its products.


Retailers again seek probe into Cambodia violence 21 Jan 2014

Katie Smith

Adidas, Esprit, and Gap Inc are among a coalition of 30 retailers and brands that have signed a new letter calling for an investigation into the recent violence in Cambodia's garment industry.

Latest blogs

Pakistan GSP+ could boost exports 16 Dec 2013

Leonie Barrie

Pakistan's garment manufacturers are anticipating significant trading benefits after finally being granted preferential access to the European Union under the GSP+ scheme.


Lululemon criticised over plus-size comments 18 Nov 2013

Katie Smith

First Abercrombie & Fitch and now Canadian Lululemon Athletica. The sportswear brand's founder Chip Wilson has come under fire for his comments about women's bodies.

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