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

Is fast fashion killing fashion?
One of the biggest retail success stories of the past decade has been the phenomenal rise of fast fashion, a shopping trend spurred by rapidly changing styles and the ready availability of cheap brands. In a session entitled 'Is fast fashion killing fashion?' at last week's IAF World Apparel Convention in Hong Kong, delegates were in left in no doubt the concept has forced the industry to change.

US: Backlash prompts Gap logo rethink
Apparel retailer Gap has dropped its new-look logo after a large-scale backlash from consumers.

UK: Burberry pushes into China as H1 sales rise
British luxury fashion house Burberry Group Plc today (13 October) continues to remain bullish about its growth in China, committing to new stores there after booking a 17% rise in first-half revenue helped by strong sales of coats and leather goods.

VIETNAM: Textile imports soar amid price hike
Vietnam’s textile and garment industry has reported a sharp increase in fabric imports so far this year, as the price of cotton fibres have soared.

The price is right for September retail sales
Last-minute back-to-school shopping not only provided a much-needed lift to September retail sales, but gives some optimism that shoppers will also be willing to spend during the all-important holiday season.