Here are the top stories on Just Style this week:
Exclusive comment: Cambodia workers strike at Adidas shoe factory
The Clean Clothes Campaign has revealed union leaders were arrested following a strike by Cambodian garment workers at an Adidas shoe factory last week allegedly due to poor working conditions.
Gap Inc to scale Central America sourcing as it backs VP Harris’ Call to Action
US clothing retailer Gap Inc is among the latest ten companies announcing new commitments to create economic opportunity in northern Central America as part of Vice President Kamala Harris’ Call to Action for the region.
Bangladesh depot fire: Lack of transparency and cost for apparel supply chain
A depot fire in Bangladesh understood to have killed at least 49 people will have financial implications for the apparel sector and highlights the importance of traceability and transparency within the supply chain, an industry expert tells Just Style exclusively.
New Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity: Containment by another name
Apparel industry consultant Robert Antoshak on why Biden’s Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity places global apparel at the centre of the geopolitics battle between the US and China.
Apparel Impact Institute Fashion Climate Fund draws major industry names
H&M Group, H&M Foundation, Lululemon and The Schmidt Family Foundation have been named as the lead funders for the Apparel Impact Institute (Aii) US$250m Fashion Climate Fund.