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

Fast Retailing in Uniqlo production shift

BANGLADESH: Fast Retailing to start Uniqlo production
Japanese retail group Fast Retailing is setting up a joint venture company to make fabric and garments for its Uniqlo casual clothing chain in Bangladesh, as part of plans to create a global supply network to support the roll-out of its stores around the world. Partners in the joint venture are Chinese firms Pacific Textiles and Crystal International, along with Ananta Group of Bangladesh. 

Kellwood sells non-core brands

US: Kellwood sells Hanna Andersson, Gerber for $179m
Private equity firm Sun Capital Partners has moved to acquire Kellwood's Hanna Andersson and Gerber Childrenswear businesses for $179m. The two businesses, which were not core to Kellwood's women's wear operations, will now operate as stand-alone units of Sun Capital's Childrenswear LLC affiliate.

Woolies no more

UK: Interest in stores as Woolworths goes into administration
Beleaguered UK retailer Woolworths has gone into administration after running up debts estimated at GBP385m (US$594m). Administrators at Deloitte said "a number of parties" had expressed interest in buying all or part of the company, which has about 800 stores throughout the UK, employing some 25,000 people.

Moss Bros bid abandoned

UK: Sir Philip Green decides against Moss Bros bid
An investment vehicle headed by retail entrepreneur Sir Philip Green has decided against making a takeover offer for UK high street suit chain Moss Bros. Sir Philip's Warbeck Holding Company Limited has decided against a buyout for now, despite purchasing a 28% stake in the men's wear chain earlier this month.

JD buys stake in JJB
UK: JJB in talks to sell fitness clubs as JD buys stake
Debt-ridden retailer JJB Sports is in talks to sell its roster of fitness clubs - and rival JD Sports Fashion has taken a 10% stake in the company.