Latest apparel and textile news & analysis in Europe
The apparel industry has to get faster if it is to remain competitive – and relevant – in a rapidly changing environment, according to Ed G...
Clothing manufacturing will be completely transformed by the internet and digital printing over the next five to ten years, according to ind...
A new cotton mill in the north of England could help revive UK-based supply chains once production gets underway this autumn, spinning the h...
The fashion industry thrives on its ability to react to trends. In the age of Instagram fashionistas, each with millions of followers, never...
With a business model focused on offering the lowest prices on the high street, value fashion chain Primark is constantly questioned over its commitment to a range of ethical and environmental retail issues. Paul Lister, responsible for Primark’s ethical trading team, tells just-style "the strength of a brand's ethics is not about a price point" – and that close engagement with the supply chain is key.
G-Star RAW thrives on innovative design, new wash and dye techniques, and sustainability - weaving these into its products and processes for the last 26 years. And for global brand manager Remco de Nijs, the edgy label's DNA continues to push the boundaries of denim.
The administrators of failed British department store retailer BHS have filed a High Court petition to wind up Retail Acquisitions, the chain's former owner, in a bid to track "millions of pounds" taken out of the business.
Scandinavian fashion retailer Varner is ramping up its European expansion, helped by the successful implementation of new product lifecycle management (PLM) software.
Sportswear firm Reebok International has unveiled a new manufacturing innovation that it says could fundamentally change the process and speed of footwear creation by eliminating the need for moulds.
UK retail sales showed strong growth in September, but clothing and footwear emerged as the worst performing category – weighed down by warmer weather and "uninspiring" collections.
The European Commission has urged Member States to support its efforts to provide the European Union (EU) with updated, strengthened and more robust trade defence rules to combat unfair foreign competition and protect jobs.
The most-read stories on just-style this week include a look at why UK retailer Marks & Spencer is the top company for monitoring and reporting on modern slavery, how a potential minimum wage in Vietnam may be a hike too far, and why H&M's CEO has been named a leader for sustainability.
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