As the apparel sector battles major turmoil across the world from the ongoing war in Ukraine to the Israel-Gaza conflict, the latest issue of Just Style’s digital magazine asks experts from across the supply chain to share their advice. 

The next 12 months could prove difficult for fashion industry sourcing executives, so we also take a closer look at the opportunities to be found as well as the obstacles that will need to be overcome.  

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Diversification away from China remains a key apparel sourcing theme. Just Style explores how this is impacting China’s fashion exports market and what fashion manufacturers are doing to overcome this permanent global shift.  

Meanwhile, the National Council of Textile Organizations (NCTO) president and CEO Kimberly Glas explains why she believes the failure to fully enforce the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) and the de minimis loophole is devastating US textile and garment makers.  

COP28 provided fresh insights on sustainability but the sustainability world sometimes operates in a bubble, argues Gherzi Textil Organisation partner Robert Antoshak. He explains how organisations like Textile Exchange can help the industry to burst it and implement meaningful environmental change and labour reforms. 

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