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

Bolland simplifies M&S fashion offering
New Marks and Spencer (M&S) boss Marc Bolland paid close attention to the company's clothing strategy as part of his long-awaited review today (9 November).

UK: Children's wear "star performer" in Sainsbury's H1
UK retailer J Sainsbury Plc today (10 November) praised children's wear as a "star performer" as it booked a 38% jump in first-half profit.

In the money: Primark shrugs off price pressures
Discount fashion chain Primark is committed to remaining "the best value on the high street," the company told just-style today (9 November), even though it has warned rising cotton prices are set to hit profit margins in the coming year.

PAKISTAN: Makers fear loss of orders amid cotton crisis
Cotton yarn prices have reached historically high levels in Pakistan after surging more than 30% in the last month alone - leading to fears that the country's few value-added textile makers may be forced to close, and that Christmas orders may shift to Bangladesh.

Liz Claiborne working to minimise price rises
Apparel maker Liz Claiborne Inc is working to offset the impact of rising costs and is confident that changes being made on the sourcing front mean the company won't be faced with steep increases in its prices.