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Millennial consumers are coming of age, with UK forecasts suggesting their spending on fashion over the next five years will grow at double...
More than 90 brands and retailers have committed to end the use of angora in their future clothing and accessories collections, following on...
It is easy to underestimate the complexity of sustainability in the apparel supply chain. But while there are no simple solutions, industry...
Britain’s Modern Slavery Act (MSA), which began coming into force on 31 July, sets new disclosure standards on an extraordinary number of ga...
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.
Jason Denham has a relentless enthusiasm and passion for denim. He has been raising the bar on jeans innovation since he started out 20 years ago designing for Irish rock band U2, and his vision for growing his namesake brand includes using the most advanced washing techniques, high-end fabrics, and sustainable mills.
UK consumers' unwillingness to spend was prevalent in August as retail sales declined at their highest rate in nearly seven years, with fashion chains the hardest hit.
The most-read stories on just-style this week include a look at H&M's efforts to scale up its fair living wage efforts to key suppliers, Myanmar's approval of its first minimum wage for garment workers, and why the world garment trade was transformed in August.
Roger Mather, the group finance director for British luxury brand Mulberry Group, has announced his decision to step down.
Danish fashion firm IC Group has recorded a double-digit decline in full-year net profit, weighed down by non-recurring costs and lower revenue at its non-core business.
The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) has appointed Alan McClay as its new CEO to lead the group during its next phase of growth.
Brands must establish practices to identify, audit and monitor their supplier base, including subcontractors, if they are to flourish under the British Modern Slavery Act.
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