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

Organic cotton claims catch H&M

SWEDEN: H&M defends organic cotton after contamination report
Swedish retailer H&M has maintained that its organic cotton garments sourced from India were not contaminated with genetically modified seeds, amid a recent scare.

Wal-Mart sourcing deal

US: Wal-Mart agrees $2bn sourcing deal with Li & Fung
Retail giant Wal-Mart Stores Inc has agreed a strategic alliance with Li & Fung as part of a shake-up of its global sourcing structure in a bid to reduce costs, improve quality and accelerate its speed to market.

Eco fashion surge

WORLD: Eco-fashion to surge on shopper demand
The use of environmentally friendly materials and fairtrade and ethical production standards is likely to become mainstream in the next decade in the global apparel sector, industry experts predict.

Hanesbrands turnaround

INSIGHT: Hanesbrands ripe and ready for recovery
There's a theme emerging to many results presentations at the moment: they're not so much about past results, but concern themselves more with what's around the corner.

H&M expansion strategy

INSIGHT: Top line still crucial for aggressive H&M
The aggressively expansionist approach of fashion retailer H&M shows no signs of slowing - but reaction to the company's full-year results show there's more to success than just opening new stores.