Here is a roundup of the top five most-read stories on just-style this week. Click on each headline for the full story.

Baugur tracks Moss Bross

UK: Baugur mulls bid as Moss Bros saga rumbles on
On Tuesday (6 May) it emerged that the group of investors led by Iceland's Baugur Group is continuing to consider its options on the possible acquisition of clothing retailer Moss Bros Group, with an original GBP40m (US$78.8m) tabled in February.

Mulesing debate rages

SWEDEN: Companies distance themselves from mulesing
Two Swedish clothing firms, AB Lindex and RNB Retail and Brands, on Tuesday aired objections to the Australian practice of Mulesing but denied they had bowed to pressure from animal rights groups.

Adidas pulls Reebok through

GERMANY: Adidas Q1 profit climbs despite Reebok slump
Sporting goods giant Adidas this week reported a 32% leap in first quarter net income to EUR169m (US$262.2m), reporting revenue growth in all units except Reebok.

Hartmarx inks Arvind deal

INDIA: Hartmarx signs licensing pact with Arvind Mills
US-based men's tailored clothing company Hartmarx Corporation is to sell its brands in India after signing a licensing agreement with Arvind Brands, it was reported on Wednesday.

Gildan profit boost

CANADA: Gildan Q2 profit doubles, unveils Honduras plans
Profits at sock and underwear manufacturer Gildan Activewear nearly doubled to US$41.7m in the company's second quarter, but fell short of earlier guidance, just-style reported yesterday.

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