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

UK: Ethel Austin falls back into administration
UK fashion retailer Ethel Austin has filed for administration for the second time in as many years.

MADAGASCAR: Braces for possible EU sanctions
Madagascar's garment industry is bracing itself for possible European Union (EU) sanctions, less than two months after the US removed the country's duty-free concession under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA).

ANALYSIS: Bangladesh and Cambodia see mixed export fortunes
The global economic crisis has favoured apparel exports from some of the world’s poorest nations, but stunted the growth of others, according to a UN report.

UK: PPR boss pays tribute to “genius” Alexander McQueen
The boss of luxury retail group Pinault-Printemps Redoute (PPR), which owns the Alexander McQueen brand, has paid tribute to "one of the greatest designers of his generation" following the designer's death yesterday (11 February).

COMMENT: Retailers not ready to cash in chips
It has been a week of dashed hopes for two UK fashion retailers, with value chain New Look pulling its IPO and discount store Matalan shelving plans to sell up, but patience could still prove to be a virtue for both.