Here is a roundup of the top five must-read stories on just-style this week. Please click on each article to read more.

UK: Moss Bros shares rise with Baugur offer talk
Moss Bros Group saw its shares leap 20% on Monday (10 December) when Icelandic retail group Baugur revealed it was "considering its options". Baugur indicated that an offer was possible, although it was by no means certain.

SWEDEN: Maus Fréres tables US$811.4m bid for Gant
Swiss retail group and Lacoste owner Maus Fréres made a SEK5.2bn (US$811.4m) unsolicited offer for Gant Company on Tuesday (11 December). Fréres made the offer through its Procastor subsidiary, which has already snapped up 12.5% of the Swedish brand.

US: Warnaco inks new Calvin Klein deals, to transfer Collection
Also on Tuesday, apparel maker The Warnaco Group announced it was to expand its global Calvin Klein business as part of a $38.5m deal that will also see it hand the luxury Calvin Klein Collection back to the brand's owner Phillips-Van Heusen Corporation. The expansion, including Calvin Klein Jeans accessories stores in Europe, Asia and Latin America and certain e-commerce rights, will continue to 2044.

US: Levi's elects ice cream magnate as chairman
Levi Strauss & Co elected T Gary Rogers, the boss of Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream, as the chairman of its board of directors yesterday. He retires from Dreyer's at the end of the month after 30 years with the company and his appointment signals the first time the chairman's role has passed to an executive with no family ties to founder Levi Strauss.

CHILE: 800 jobs to go as textiles firm Bellavista closes
It was exclusively reported on just-style yesterday that Bellavista Oveja Tome, billed as Chile's oldest textiles firm, is to shut down. The company said it had lost major customer Brooks Brothers, and failed to procure enough financing to turn around its struggling business. The jobs are to go at the company's factory in Tome, 500km from Chile's capital Santiago.