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

Why US textile groups fear Vietnam in TPP pact

Even though ongoing talks around the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade agreement involve nine nations, for the US textile industry Vietnam is seen as by far the biggest threat.

just-style management briefing: Eco-fashion retailers walk a fine line

Clothing and accessory consumers are fickle at the best of times, and trying to nail down their desires in the growing eco-fashion niche is proving especially difficult as the industry moves toward environmental responsibility.

UK: Adidas aims at market top spot via Olympics

Adidas AG, the world’s second-largest sporting-goods maker, is on track to narrow the gap with arch rival Nike in the UK market – and aims to capture the top spot by 2015 according to company executives.

SRI LANKA: Garment production hit as trade zone closed

The Katunayake Free Trade Zone, Sri Lanka's largest export processing zone, is closed for the second day running after a violent clash between workers and police on Monday (30 May) left more than 300 workers in hospital.

JAPAN: Uniqlo launches energy saving clothing range

Japanese retail chain Uniqlo has rolled out a new range of lightweight clothing to meet Government demand for people to save more energy.