Here are the top stories on Just Style this week:
EXCLUSIVE: Bangladesh garment innovation centre explained
The garment sector in Bangladesh is focused on moving from being volume to value-driven in a bid to elevate its position in the global market. Rakib Abdullah Hil of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers Association (BGMEA) talks exclusively to Just Style about how the new Centre of Innovation, Efficiency and Occupational Safety and Health will help it get there.
Market promising for clothing made from recycled materials
With consumers’ increasing awareness of sustainability and building a circular economy, fashion companies, whether fast-fashion retailer H&M or luxury brands, are selling more and more clothing made from recycled materials.
UK competition watchdog to crack down on green fashion claims
The UK competition watchdog has warned businesses they have until the New Year to make sure their environmental claims comply with the law.
What does China’s membership in CPTPP mean for apparel trade?
Associate professor in the Department of Fashion and Apparel Studies from the University of Delaware, Dr Sheng Lu shares a preliminary analysis of the potential impact of China’s membership in CPTPP for related textile and apparel trade flows.
British Fashion Council publishes blueprint for circularity
The British Fashion Council’s (BFC) Institute of Positive Fashion (IPF) has published a Circular Fashion Eco-system (CFE) report which presents a blueprint for a circular fashion economy in the UK.