The most read stories on just-style this week include M&S introducing body odour neutralising patches into suits, Bangladesh apparel companies fearing strikes will harm the sector, and the minimum wage rising for garment workers in Cambodia.
UK: Marks & Spencer suit neutralises body odourMarks & Spencer is incorporating patches in its suits that soak up and neutralise body odour.
Bangladesh apparel companies fear strikes will harm sectorBangladesh apparel manufacturers are concerned that political turmoil will see foreign buyers shift orders to other countries as they face difficulties fulfilling orders on time.
CAMBODIA: Minimum wage to rise for garment factory workersThe minimum wage for factory workers in Cambodia’s garment and footwear sector is to be raised to US$75 a month from 1 May.
SWITZERLAND: Clariant looks to reduce water used in dyeingClairant is working to help textile manufacturers reduce the amount of water used in the dyeing process.
US: Limited Brands in temporary name changeApparel group Limited Brands has been temporary renamed L Brands while the company decides on a permanent change of name.