Latest textile & apparel news
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US speciality clothing retailer Gap Inc is to shutter all eight of its Banana Republic stores in the UK, with the majority of the locations...
Sri Lankan apparel and fabrics conglomerate MAS Holdings has shared with just-style a number of recent steps that have been taken across the...
Asos saw its share price fall this morning (18 October) as the online retailer revealed a 31% fall in full-year earnings on costs related to...
Fashion retailer C&A Europe is to launch its first collection of down puffer jackets certified to the Responsible Down Standard (RDS) – and...
US speciality clothing retailer Gap Inc is to shutter all eight of its Banana Republic stores in the UK, with the majority of the locations due to close by the end of fiscal 2016.
Bangladesh has overtaken China as the world's largest importer of cotton, with forecasts for the country revised upwards for the next fiscal, new data shows.
Investors see intensifying competition in clothing as barriers to Marks & Spencer achieving earnings growth, a survey has found, with many concerned about the UK retailer's "unappealing" product offering.
Increasing competition in the athleisure segment is putting pressure on prices, according to analysts, who argue the trend does not bode well for Canadian yoga wear brand Lululemon Athletica.
Swedish fashion chain Lindex is a step closer to achieving its long-term ambition of closing the material loop with the launch of a new range of denim styles containing post-consumer recycled cotton.
Building on the relaunch of its global textile business, odour control and prevention specialist Microban International has announced a number of appointments that the company says are key to strengthening its customer relationships and product offerings.
Swimwear brand Speedo USA, a division of PVH Corp, has promoted long-time industry executive John Graham to the role of president.
Sri Lankan apparel and fabrics conglomerate MAS Holdings has shared with just-style a number of recent steps that have been taken across the business as part of its growing commitment to sustainability.
The UK's Modern Slavery Act has led to increased engagement from directors on issues of risk within supply chains, and a greater focus on policy development, risk assessment and monitoring of modern slavery, according to a new survey.
Israel-based lingerie, underwear and activewear manufacturer Delta Galil Industries has tapped Paula Schneider, former CEO of troubled US retailer American Apparel, as head of its new DG Premium Brands unit, which was formed following the acquisition of VF Corp's Contemporary Brands earlier this year.
Lenzing’s new closed-loop Tencel fibre based on waste cotton fabrics is to be used by outdoor clothing brand and retailer Patagonia, with the first products set to launch next spring.
Military boot and shoemaker Wolverine Worldwide has reaffirmed its full-year outlook after revealing higher earnings in its third-quarter and sales in line with expectations.
Global lifestyle retailer Cath Kidston is implementing a cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to help support its global operations and underpin international growth.
Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology in the US have developed a fabric that can simultaneously harvest energy from both sunshine and motion.
The following is a round-up of apparel and footwear news from the world's local media. just-style has not checked these stories so cannot guarantee their accuracy.
Asos saw its share price fall this morning (18 October) as the online retailer revealed a 31% fall in full-year earnings on costs related to the exit of its China business and trademark infringement disputes.
Fashion retailer C&A Europe is to launch its first collection of down puffer jackets certified to the Responsible Down Standard (RDS) – and pledged that all of the down and feathers in its products will be RDS-certified from autumn 2016 onwards.
The trade pact between the European Union (EU) and the six countries that make up the Southern African Development Community (SADC) has become effective four months after it was ratified.
UK inflation increased in September at the highest rate since November 2014 due to rising clothing and motor fuel prices, which were partially offset by a fall in air fares and food prices.
US footwear retailer DSW Inc is revealing the technology behind its custom-fit shoes made in collaboration with US start-up Feetz, in a pop-up shop based at two of its locations.
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