The most-read stories on just-style this week include Gap Inc publishing the names of the factories which manufacture its garments, calls for garment factory safety initiatives to cover boiler safety after a boiler exploded at a packaging facility in Bangladesh, and a look at how Cambodia's garment sector is facing challenges.

Gap reveals list of factory names and locations

US apparel giant Gap Inc has published the names and locations of the factories which manufacture garments for its namesake, Banana Republic, Old Navy and Athleta brands.

Bangladesh factory fire highlights new safety concern

Labour rights groups are calling for garment factory safety initiatives to be extended to cover boiler safety, after at least 31 people died when a boiler exploded at a packaging facility in Bangladesh.

Retail fallout unclear following Hanjin Shipping collapse

As efforts continue to try to rescue cargo stranded in the wake of the collapse of Hanjin Shipping, the world's seventh-largest container shipper, fallout for apparel and footwear importers and exporters remains unclear.

Cambodia garment sector faces ongoing challenges

At first glance, Cambodia's garment sector is doing fine. ANZ Bank recently predicted 7.2% GDP growth in 2016, mainly fuelled by rising clothing exports. And just-released data from the International Labour Organization (ILO) points to a 14.7% jump in the country's clothing shipments to US$1.605bn during the first quarter of this year. But dig deeper, and it seems the overall situation of the Cambodian garment industry is less optimistic.

Unravelling the challenges of cotton supply and demand

Cotton may be one of the most popular fibres for clothing and accessories because of its universality, timelessness, and availability – but the fibre is not immune to volatile economic markets.