Here are last week’s top trending stories on Just Style:

‘Disappointment’ as court rules in favour of UK imports of Xinjiang cotton

Global Legal Action Network, the entity fighting to block the UK’s import of forced labour cotton from Xinjiang, says it is “disappointed” the courts have ruled in favour of the UK government which has the power to investigate the imports but refuse to exercise them.

Q&A – Ranjan Mahtani, Executive Chairman, Epic Group

Ranjan Mahtani, Epic Group’s executive chairman, speaks with Just Style about goals, challenges, predictions and sustainability.

Fashion in 2023 – where sustainability requires more than simply being sustainable

With a constant push beyond basic rules of compliance, is the fashion industry ready for what’s next?

PVH, H&M, Inditex amongst latest to sign Pakistan Accord

Clothing firms PVH Corp, H&M, Inditex, C&A, Bestseller and Otto Group have reaffirmed their commitment to the International Safety Accord for Pakistan by becoming early signatories.

Puma, Adidas improve sustainability rankings in 2023

Puma, adidas and Gildan have all improved their rankings on the Corporate Knights’ 2023 Global 100 list of the world’s most sustainable corporations.

Brands failing to protect Myanmar garment workers

Workers’ rights have been “brutally repressed” in Myanmar, with little to no action from the brands who source from them, new data claims.