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PVH eyes "dramatic" improvement for women's jeans

PVH Corp said the industry should start seeing more dramatic improvements in its women's jeans business thanks to initiatives to grow the di...

Big gap between Ethiopia export goals and reality

Ethiopia may have more trump cards to play than any other sub-Sahara African country when it comes to developing a competitive cotton, texti...


New scenarios driving sustainability in textiles

Debra Cobb | 17 Nov 2014

Driving meaningful change towards sustainability in textiles within organisations, within the industry, and with consumers topped the agenda at last week's Textile Exchange Conference.


Uzbekistan forces more adults into cotton harvest

Leonie Barrie | 17 Nov 2014

The Uzbekistan government has continued to use "systematic, mass forced labour" in this year's cotton harvest, campaigners say, claiming more adults had to work against their will to make up for a reduction in the number of children in the fields.


JC Penney emphasises new merchandising strategy

Michelle Russell | 15 Aug 2014

JC Penney has emphasised its commitment to moving back to a merchandising model marked by narrow and deep assortments, as it looks to build on the momentum created to date from its turnaround strategy.


Africa courts clothing and textile investment

Bertha M Rinjeu | 28 Jul 2014

East African countries are aggressively courting foreign investors to revive their textiles and apparel industries.

Latest Interviews

Interview: Liu Zibin, GM at Luthai Textile

Michelle Russell | 23 Jan 2014

China-based shirt manufacturer and yarn supplier Luthai Textile Co has its sights firmly set on growing its global business. Earlier this month, as the company revealed plans to open an office in New York, Michelle Russell talked to Luthai general manager Liu Zibin about the rationale behind the move.


Interview: Geoff Quinn, CEO of TM Lewin

Michelle Russell | 8 Jan 2014

Shirt maker TM Lewin has had its eye on becoming a globally recognised brand for a number of years now. With this in mind, the company last month revealed international expansion plans that will see it open one store per week for the next three years. CEO Geoff Quinn talks to just-style about these plans, the decision to move manufacturing abroad, the challenge of cotton prices, and the firm's long-term outlook.

Latest News

PVH shares climb as Q1 earnings beat estimates

Michelle Russell | 2 Jun 2015

PVH Corp saw its shares climb in after-hours trading as the US apparel giant published first-quarter earnings that beat analyst expectations, and lifted its full-year guidance.


Brandix named PVH ‘Global Supplier of the Year’

Leonie Barrie | 18 May 2015

One of the world’s largest apparel companies has named Sri Lanka’s Brandix Group as its Global Supplier of the Year across all product categories represented by its global vendor base.


PVH to use Tekfit stretch in Van Heusen shirts

Michelle Russell | 18 May 2015

US apparel giant PVH Corp is to incorporate Tekfit proprietary stretch technology into the collars of its Van Heusen dress shirts.


PVH “pleased” after swinging to Q4 profit

Katie Smith | 26 Mar 2015

US apparel giant PVH Corp has said it is “pleased” with its fourth-quarter performance which saw it swing to a net profit, despite the challenging market environment and foreign currency headwinds.


Vilebrequin brand moves from swimwear to neck wear

Beth Wright | 10 Feb 2015

US apparel giant PVH Corp's Insignia Design Group has been granted licensing rights to launch a neckwear collection this summer under G-III Apparel Group?'s Vilebrequin brand.


Fashion brands facing strong dollar “headwind”

Richard Woodard | 21 Jan 2015

Global fashion brands based in the US could face an increasing headwind from a strong dollar, an analyst has warned.


Tommy Hilfiger digital showroom to reduce samples

Katie Smith | 21 Jan 2015

PVH-owned Tommy Hilfiger is to launch a new digital platform which it claims will revolutionise the brand's traditional sales experience - and reduce sample production.


PVH to close Izod retail business

Katie Smith | 8 Jan 2015

US retail giant PVH Corp is to shutter its Izod men's sports and casual clothing retail business with the closure of 100 stores, blaming an increasingly competitive environment.


PVH and Gazal expand Australian joint venture

Katie Smith | 22 Dec 2014

US clothing giant PVH Corp and Australasian apparel supplier and retailer Gazal Corp are extending the scope of their Australian joint venture with the addition of new brands.


Calvin Klein unveils global online expansion plan

Katie Smith | 22 Dec 2014

PVH Corporation-owned brand Calvin Klein is to expand its online presence to more than 20 countries by the end of 2016, including six in Asia.


Tommy Hilfiger launches solar-powered jacket

Katie Smith | 12 Dec 2014

With demand for wearable technology growing, Tommy Hilfiger, a wholly owned brand of PVH Corp, has launched a limited-edition solar-powered jacket for the holiday season.


PVH boosts Q3 profit despite currency issues

Richard Woodard | 4 Dec 2014

Apparel giant PVH Corp recorded a double-digit increase in third quarter net profit, despite revenues being impacted by the weak euro.


Former Maidenform CEO Reznik to join Delta Galil

Katie Smith | 5 Nov 2014

Former Maidenform CEO Maurice Reznik is to join lingerie, sleepwear and sock manufacturer Delta Galil Industries as CEO of women's intimate apparel for the US and UK, and president of its US segment.


Tesco backs campaign against Uzbek cotton

Leonie Barrie | 15 Oct 2014

Retail giant Tesco has signed a pledge not to use cotton from Uzbekistan, joining a wider campaign to try to stop the use of forced labour in the country's annual harvest.


Future acquisition opportunities seen for PVH Corp

Michelle Russell | 10 Oct 2014

Meaningful acquisition opportunities for PVH Corp are likely to present themselves in two to six years time, but they may take the form of bringing existing businesses in house under the Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein banners, analysts believe.


China Jiangsu Lianfa to build Kenya textile plant

Bertha M Rinjeu | 7 Oct 2014

The Kenyan government has confirmed to just-style that its ministry of industrialisation and enterprise development has entered into a deal with Chinese firm Jiangsu Lianfa Textile Company to build a major textile plant.


PVH promotes Timm to lead European operations

Katie Smith | 26 Sep 2014

Oliver Timm has been promoted to the newly-created position of president of PVH Europe, as the company looks to strengthen its operations for the Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein brands in the region.


Call for change as Uzbek cotton harvest begins

Leonie Barrie | 10 Sep 2014

As the annual cotton harvest gets underway in Uzbekistan, industry stakeholders from around the world have set out a number of steps they want the country's government to take to end the use of forced and child labour in the sector.


PVH Q2 profit boosted by Hilfiger growth

Richard Woodard | 4 Sep 2014

A robust performance from Tommy Hilfiger helped PVH Corp post a second quarter profit, with revenues almost breaking through the $2bn barrier.


VF Corp books "solid" Q2 performance

Katie Smith | 21 Jul 2014

VF Corp delivered what has been described as a "solid performance" during a "challenging" second-quarter, helped by double-digit revenue growth at four of its major brands.


G-III Apparel in European footwear licensing deal

Katie Smith | 18 Jun 2014

G-III Apparel Group will introduce GH Bass-branded men's, women's and children's footwear in Europe as part of a multi-year licensing agreement with Overland Ltd.


PVH signs Vandale licensing deal for women's wear

Michelle Russell | 11 Jun 2014

Apparel giant PVH Corp is to introduce a new range of Warner's and Olga women's wear products to the US and Canadian markets through a licensing deal with apparel importer Vandale Industries.

Latest blogs

Apparel brands implicated in Cambodia unrest

Michelle Russell | 31 Mar 2014

Western brands and retailers are "deeply implicated" in the current unrest gripping the Cambodian apparel sector - but they can also be part of the solution, a new report suggested last week.


Pakistan GSP+ could boost exports

Leonie Barrie | 16 Dec 2013

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

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