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

Collective cuts damages bill

US: Collective Brands sees Adidas fine cut to $65.3m
Damages due to be paid by footwear company Collective Brands to sporting goods firm Adidas Group in a trademark infringement lawsuit have been slashed by 75% this week.

Thai Triumph strike ends

THAILAND: Triumph workers agree to end strike
A group of striking workers at Triumph International's Thai production facility are to return to their jobs following talks between the company's management and its union committee to settle the dispute.

Fraud case hits headlines

US: Executive at Hilfiger licensee admits $19m fraud
The former chief financial officer of Tommy Hilfiger Handbags and Small Leather Goods Inc (THHB) - a licensee to Tommy Hilfiger in the US - this week pleaded guilty to fraud charges after draining US$19m from the handbag designer.

EU casts China vote

EU: Member states vote against Chinese shoe duties
In a surprise move, 15 of the 27 European Union countries on Wednesday (17 September) voted against plans to extend controversial anti-dumping duties on leather footwear imported from China and Vietnam.

Topshop delays US launch

UK: Sir Philip Green delays Topshop's US launch
Arcadia Group owner Sir Philip Green has postponed the US launch of Topshop from November to spring next year, due to "major logistical problems" at its New York location.