The most-read stories on just-style this week include a factory collapse in Cambodia, a look at who has signed the Bangladesh safety accord, and calls from institutional investors and shareholders for retailers to uphold their commitment to worker safety.

CAMBODIA: H&M clothes linked to latest factory collapse
A factory where a shelter collapsed earlier this week injuring 23 people was making clothes for Swedish fashion retailer H&M without its knowledge, the company has admitted. 

Who has signed the Bangladesh safety accord?
A total of 40 companies have signed the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh following the Rana Plaza factory building collapse, which killed more than 1,000 people. 

US: Retailers seek Bangladesh commitment to worker safety
Apparel retailers and brands in the US and Canada are calling for assurances from the Bangladesh government that it is committed to worker safety issues in the country's garment factories. 

Comment: Understanding China's success
China ranks number one as the world's largest garment exporter with a 38% global market share. Bangladesh ranks number two with a 5% market share. We all acknowledge that China dominates the global garment export market. But how did it get here, and what are the upcoming challenges? asks David Birnbaum. 

US: Investors take a stand on Bangladesh safety deal
Institutional investors and shareholders with more than $2.5trn in assets under management are adding pressure to retailers sourcing clothing from Bangladesh to implement a number of reforms, including signing up to the new Accord on Fire and Building Safety.