Here are this week’s top trending stories on Just Style:
China tariffs have significantly contributed to the new ‘bringing it home’ trend in US fashion manufacturing, writes Kim Glas, president and CEO of the National Council of Textile Organizations (NCTO).
Bangladesh’s readymade garment sector is preparing for its next phase of growth as it looks to contribute to the country’s economic development.
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US sportswear giant Under Armour is prioritising the use of recycled and renewable materials, and has pledged to implement sustainability and circular design principles in at least half of its products by 2027.
Just Style hosted a panel discussion at the World Trade Organization’s Public Forum 2022 earlier this week to uncover the steps trade policymakers, fashion brands and supply chain executives should take to achieve a more sustainable and resilient supply chain.
Consumers across the UK are likely to see an increase in clothing prices as businesses struggle to absorb rising costs linked to the weakening sterling following the announcement of the country’s mini-budget.
UK-based retailer Matalan has been put up for sale with founder and chairman John Hargreaves announcing his intention to step down in order to take part in the sales process as a bidder.