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

UK: Harrods sold to Qatar investment group for $2.2bn
Iconic London department store Harrods has been sold to investment group Qatar Holding for a reported GBP1.5bn (US$2.25bn).

SWITZERLAND: Report demands transparency to end child labour
Monitoring working conditions in the global supply chain is vital to stem the use of child labour in the production of goods including garments, says a report by the International Labour Organisation (ILO).

UK: Further 27 Faith stores to close
Administrators acting for Faith Shoe Group said a further 27 stores will close after a previous two bids for the chain were rejected.

UK: M&S apologises for crop top confusion
Marks & Spencer said it has no plans to withdraw its Santoni crop top range despite criticism it was aimed at encouraging young girls to think it was a bra.

PAKISTAN: Government imposes 15% duty on yarn exports
The Pakistan government on Wednesday (12th May) imposed a 15% regulatory duty on exports of all types of yarn after strikes broke out earlier this week over a yarn shortage in the country’s local markets.