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

Pierre Cardin China deal

CHINA: Pierre Cardin to sell 32 licences to Chinese firms
French fashion label Pierre Cardin is planning to sell all of its 32 clothing and accessories licences in China to two parties for EUR200m (US$280m).

Asos nearly doubles profit

UK: Asos doubles FY profit, sees strong growth ahead
Online fashion and accessories retailer Asos Plc posted a 93% hike in full-year profit thanks to soaring sales of its celebrity-inspired styles - and said it is looking ahead to "another year of strong growth."

Triumph factory closures

GERMANY: Triumph announces 3,616 job losses in Asia
German lingerie maker Triumph International has confirmed to just-style it will cut thousands of jobs in the Philippines and Thailand, as the downturn reduces demand.

Honduras situation

HONDURAS: No impact from coup, says Gildan
The military coup in Honduras has had "no impact" on the operations of apparel group Gildan Activewear, the company says.

Sri Lanka recovery

SRI LANKA: Post-war garment makers head east
Sri Lanka is encouraging garment manufacturers to set up operations in the country's eastern district, now that its long-lasting civil conflicts with the Tamil Tigers have halted.