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Cambodia's government is raising the monthly minimum wage for workers in the country's textile, garment and footwear sector from US$140 to $...
Textile Exchange has revealed more brands and suppliers are pledging their commitment to the Responsible Wool Standard (RWS), taking the tot...
Nike is speeding up its move from traditional manufacturing to digital design as part of a strategy by the US sportswear giant to push appar...
Swedish fashion retailer H&M has again been criticised over the working conditions at some of its "best in class" supplier factories in Camb...
Cambodia's government is raising the monthly minimum wage for workers in the country's textile, garment and footwear sector from US$140 to $153, with the increase to take effect from January 2017.
Swedish fashion retailer Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) has unveiled its latest sustainable clothing collection, featuring classic denim and blue styles made using recycled cotton and wool as part of its mission to create a circular supply chain.
With 37% of UK women who have bought footwear n the last year buying trainers, sales for sports shoes has overtaken those for high heels for the first time, driven in the main by women aged 35 to 44.
European business groups, including those representing the apparel, textile and footwear industries, are calling for strong political support for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), ahead of the 15th round of talks next week.
Swedish fashion group Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) saw its earnings tumble in the third quarter, hurt by increased markdowns and higher purchasing costs from the strengthened US dollar.
Confidence among UK consumers saw an improvement in September, rebounding to pre-Brexit levels last seen in June, according to new figures.
Andy Street, the managing director of UK department store retailer John Lewis, has stepped down from his role following a 31-year career with the group.
US apparel retailer American Eagle Outfitters has appointed former Ralph Lauren finance chief, Bob Madore, as its new CFO.
Stein Mart CEO and chief merchandising officer Dawn Robertson has stepped down as the off-price fashion retailer revealed lower sales for its third-quarter and a narrowing of gross margin.
After just four months in the role, US retailer Target Corp's recently promoted chief digital officer Jason Goldberger has left the company.
The most-read stories on just-style this week include a look at why a lack of e-commerce is impacting value fashion retailer Primark, how Nike is gearing towards digital design to push sales, and stalling apparel export growth in Vietnam.
Japanese sportswear maker Descente Ltd has unveiled what it says is a lighter and warmer down gilet produced using a "special" sewing method that prevents feathers coming out of the seams.
After a three-year test period, Swedish fitness wear brand Dcore is rolling out a built-in odour protection technology across its expanded range of workout wear.
Textile Exchange has revealed more brands and suppliers are pledging their commitment to the Responsible Wool Standard (RWS), taking the total number of brands on board to 15.
The development of Bangladesh's first ever labour inspection strategy took a step forward today (29 September) following the start of a consultation process on the contents of a draft.
The union representing West Coast dockworkers is to start talks with the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) to explore a possible extension to a contract agreed last year.
South Africa’s textiles and clothing industry has seen the biggest drop in employment of all the country’s manufacturing sectors over a ten-year period.
Disrupting old systems, and reinvention and transformation, will be the key themes of this year's Sri Lanka Design Festival, which aims to map out innovative shifts that could affect the course of the country's apparel industry.
Retailer Long Tall Sally, which specialises in apparel for tall women, has unveiled what it claims to be the first mannequin based on the exact proportions of an actual customer, created using 3D scanning and printing technology.
Amid slowing growth in world trade and an increasing public backlash against trade and globalisation, ministers and business leaders have called for an agenda for inclusive trade focusing on the needs of small business owners and more vulnerable sectors of society in order to ensure continued public support for open markets.
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- H&M living wage commitments criticised in Cambodia
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