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German apparel and footwear brands are being urged to promote workers’ rights in their global operations by publicly disclosing the factorie...
Lululemon Athletica may have put 'pantsgate' behind it, analysts believe, and be back on a strong growth trajectory after revealing increase...
International non-profit organisation Textile Exchange (TE) has launched an online tool that measures the environmental, economic and social...
The Ethiopian Textile Association has insisted the construction of a major textile factory by Bangladesh's DBL Group will proceed, despite d...
German apparel and footwear brands are being urged to promote workers’ rights in their global operations by publicly disclosing the factories producing their products, an advocacy group has stated.
A meeting in Honduras between unions and an apparel factory that labour officials say has been participating in “union-busting" has been unsuccessful in reaching an agreement.
The International Apparel Federation (IAF) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Hong Kong General Chamber of Textiles (HKGCOT), with the aim of exchanging knowledge on innovation, apparel markets and international business opportunities.
Swedish fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) has launched its shop online offer in Portugal, Poland and the Czech Republic.
Executives from sportswear giant Adidas and fashion brands The Unseen and Marc Jacobs are among the companies set to headline the third PI Apparel (Product Innovation Apparel) conference in June.
US fashion retailer Ascena Retail Group has appointed former Ann Taylor president Brian Lynch as president and CEO of its tween brand Justice.
Clothing brand Joe Fresh has signed a long-term partnership deal with Ryerson University for the creation of Canada's first fashion innovation centre.
Italian fashion house Prada said a slowdown in the rate of growth and an increase in costs linked to retail network expansion hit operating margins in its last fiscal.
Gerber Technology has launched a “test drive” of its YuniquePLM In The Cloud solution, allowing companies to try out the functionality of the PLM solution, combined with the benefits of cloud computing.
Lululemon Athletica may have put 'pantsgate' behind it, analysts believe, and be back on a strong growth trajectory after revealing increased earnings and sales in its fourth-quarter.
Surf-led fashion business Quiksilver has made a number of management appointments, including the promotion of president Pierre Agnes to CEO and the appointment of a new CFO.
The Finish Line has managed to “accelerate somewhat”, analysts believe, in the final lap of its fiscal year, despite a disappointing year for the US athletic apparel and footwear retailer.
Canada’s largest retailer Loblaw Companies has entered into a licensing deal with footwear company Aldo Group for the design, production and distribution of footwear under the Joe Fresh brand.
The most-read stories on just-style this week include a look at the risk to Lesotho's textile and clothing production if the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) is not renewed, delays to a major textile build in Ethiopia, and an insight on Pakistan's apparel production woes.
After making “great progress” in 2014, US apparel business Oxford Industries is to pursue the sale of its Ben Sherman brand, saying it's the “right course of action”.
US fashion department store retailer Belk has reported its fifth consecutive year of positive comparable store sales but saw earnings decline as a result of strategy expenses.
El Corte Inglés, the largest department store retailer in Europe, has selected Dassault Systèmes’ 'My Collection for Fashion' 3D software solution to accelerate time-to-market of its private-label fashion collections.
International non-profit organisation Textile Exchange (TE) has launched an online tool that measures the environmental, economic and social aspects of organic cotton production.
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.
Sales at UK clothing and footwear retailers continued on their downward trajectory in the year to March, albeit at a slower pace than the prior month.
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