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Egypt's trade ministry and clothing manufacturers have successfully pushed for a lifting of a temporary ban on all cotton imports by the cou...
Mass personalisation is finally becoming a reality, a new survey suggests, with one in three consumers wanting personalised products or serv...
Trade association Euratex has raised a number of issues linked to rules of origin in the ongoing Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partner...
A decision by the US to upgrade Uzbekistan in its annual report on human trafficking has been slammed by human rights groups....
Egypt's trade ministry and clothing manufacturers have successfully pushed for a lifting of a temporary ban on all cotton imports by the country’s ministry of agriculture and land reclamation.
World exports of denim fabric with a cotton content of less than 85% trebled over the five years to 2014 to reach a record high of US$1.7bn, a new report shows.
Hermès has pledged to take action against suppliers who do not respect animal welfare regulations after an investigation exposed violations at the French luxury group's tanneries.
US apparel manufacturer Hanesbrands has cut its full-year sales outlook after second-quarter net profit plummeted 39%, weighed down by one-off charges.
The entire denim supply chain – from yarns, fabrics, garments and accessories through to machinery – will be on show for the first time at the upcoming Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics fair.
Apparel and footwear group Deckers Brands has said currency headwinds will impact margins for the full year, after reporting a steeper first-quarter loss.
US outdoor apparel and footwear specialist Columbia Sportswear has raised its full-year guidance, despite seeing its second-quarter loss widen.
Printing specialist Epson has unveiled two new dye-sublimation printers capable of producing high-quality printed textiles, such as clothing and sportswear.
The most-read stories on just-style this week include a look at VF Corp's interest in Africa as a sourcing destination, how G-Star Raw is pushing the boundaries of denim, and the launch of a metallised thread antenna for a new "revolutionary" RFID tag.
US footwear firm Crocs has seen its second-quarter profit plummet 42.3%, due to lower retail and wholesale sales, especially in Europe.
UK retailer JD Sports Fashion has said its full-year profit will beat forecasts, thanks to better than expected first-half sales, but warned currency headwinds will impact margins.
US consumers of outdoor clothing appear to be moving towards buying products based on high performance results and lowest environmental impact, a new survey suggests.
Confidence among UK consumers dropped in July, falling from levels not seen since the nineties or early days of the noughties.
The UK Government is forcing retailers to play their part in helping eradicate slavery and human trafficking in their supply chains, under new measures to be included in the Modern Slavery Bill.
Mass personalisation is finally becoming a reality, a new survey suggests, with one in three consumers wanting personalised products or services, and clothing one of the top categories for adding a personal touch.
US footwear and accessories specialist Steve Madden has reported a better-than-expected performance in the second quarter, despite posting a 12.5% decline in net profit.
Branded synthetic apparel insulation manufacturer Primaloft has been named as the largest global supplier of Bluesign approved insulation.
Strong mid-year sales of athletic footwear in the US is an encouraging indicator for the all-important back-to-school season, new research suggests.
Fast-growing footwear business Skechers USA more than doubled its second-quarter profit, helped by pent-up demand for its products in the US and abroad.
Italian luxury fashion group Moncler has reported an 88% hike in first-quarter net profit, thanks to solid retail sales growth, especially in the Americas and Asia regions.
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