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

ANALYSIS: Calvin Klein steals Tommy’s thunder at PVH
With the results of Phillips-Van Heusen Corporation (PVH) coming so soon after the announcement of its plans to buy Tommy Hilfiger, everyone's attention was focused on the US$3bn cash and shares deal at this Q4 conference. But in the event, PVH stalwart brand Calvin Klein all but stole the show, thanks to a stellar and unexpected performance in the fourth quarter, when royalty revenues surged up 22%.

HONG KONG: Li & Fung FY profit up despite “challenges”
Consumer goods sourcing giant Li & Fung is targeting a bigger slice of the market in 2010 after posting a 39% increase in full-year profit.

UK: Next FY profit up 18% after “exceptional” year
Fashion retailer Next drove up full-year profit 18% to GBP505m (US$754m) in what the company said had been an “exceptional” year.

GERMANY: Hugo Boss sticks by Ohio closure plan
German fashion house Hugo Boss told just-style that plans to shut its last US production plant will go ahead, despite a Hollywood-style boycott of its suits led by actor Danny Glover.

CAMBODIA: Garment workers hit hard by economic crisis
A labour rights group is calling for better employment policies and social protection to help garment workers in Cambodia recover from the impact of the global economic downturn.