Here is a roundup of the top five most-read stories on just-style this week. Click on each headline for the full story.

Baugur bids for Moss Bros

UK: Baugur launches GBP40m bid for Moss Bros
Struggling men's wear retailer Moss Bros Group received a takeover bid from Icelandic investor Baugur Group on Monday (24 February) that values the business at GBP40m (US$78.7m).

Puma sees strong sales

GERMANY: Puma Q4 sales hike ends year on high note
Sportswear giant Puma ended 2007 with a strong fourth quarter sales performance, with revenues rising more than 10%, it said on Tuesday.

Base buyers emerge

UK: Base Boys and Menswear units sold
The Base Boys and Base Menswear brands were sold to their former management on Wednesday, saving around 70 jobs.

M&S on its travels

UK: M&S invests EUR50m in Eastern European venture
UK retailer Marks & Spencer announced spening EUR50m (US$75.9m) on buying a 50% stake in a joint venture with Greek chain Marinopoulos, which already operates M&S stores in Eastern Europe today.

Gap tightens up

US: Cost-cutting helps Gap to 21% hike in Q4 profit
Cost cutting and tight controls over inventory helped Gap Inc to a 21% jump in fourth quarter profit today, but did little to stem sliding sales at the Gap and Old Navy chains.