Here are the top stories on Just Style this week:
Project to build a new textile waste value chain in India Adidas, Levi Strauss & Co, and PVH Corp are backing a new consortium project to understand both the pre-consumer and post-consumer textile waste streams in India, and to pilot sorting and mapping solutions.
Circular business models offer $700bn opportunity for fashion Circular business models, in sectors such as rental and resale, have the potential to claim 23% of the global fashion market by 2030 and grasp a US$700bn opportunity, new research shows.
Cambodia minimum wage raise controversial post Covid-19 Cambodia raising its minimum wage for garment workers up to US$194 per month has raised concerns within the industry as Covid-19 delivered a turbulent year for this key outsourcing hub.
Fashion can become 80% circular with textile recycling investment A new report from Global Fashion Agenda (GFA), the forum for industry collaboration on sustainability in fashion, claims the textile recycling opportunity offers the potential to drive up to 80% circularity in the fashion value chain, whilst also creating jobs and value for investors.
M&S takes 25% stake in brand partner Nobody’s Child UK retailer Marks & Spencer (M&S) has taken a 25% stake in eco-conscious womenswear brand Nobody’s Child and will launch the brand in selected stores next year.