Here are the top stories on Just Style this week:
China’s resilience shines in index of world’s most vulnerable apparel supply chains
A supply chain vulnerability index by Just Style has ranked some of the world’s leading apparel and textile industries and listed China as the most self-sufficient due to its exports of both commodities being substantially higher than its imports.
EXPERT OPINION: When apparel supply chains fail to supply
From the pandemic, inflation and shipping costs to Russia threatening Ukraine, industry consultant Bob Antoshak gets under the skin of how wider issues are affecting apparel supply chains.
Steadying the ship: Apparel supply chain pressure points and how to alleviate them
The apparel supply chain is still trying to wade through these unprecedented times as it is caught up in the snarl of global supply shortages, rising raw material costs, and lingering uncertainly from the pandemic.
Adidas reveals first garment under Spinnova partnership
Eight months after Adidas announced its partnership with Finnish textile material company Spinnova, the German sporting goods giant has unveiled its first product made in part with Spinnova fibres.
Talks to improve purchasing practices get underway
The Sustainable Terms of Trades Initiative (STTI) has welcomed two new members in a move that means it now spans 11 countries – and kicked off talks with three industry organisations to agree on practical steps to improve purchasing practices.