Here are this week’s top trending stories on Just Style:

H&M under fire in US over sustainable material claims

A proposed class action lawsuit in the US is alleging H&M is greenwashing via the sustainability claims made in its Conscious Choice range.

Bangladesh apparel sector targets 10% market share by 2025

Bangladesh, the world’s second-largest garment exporter, is eyeing a 10% share of the global apparel market by 2025.

Buying less and buying better is key to sustainability in fashion

Sustainability and fashion – two words which are becoming increasingly intertwined each and every day.

H&M signs open letters committed to policy on climate change at COP27

Fashion company H&M Group has signed multiple open letters along with a number of other global organisations for world leaders at COP27 highlighting the need to decarbonise economies and lay down laws that will tackle climate change in alignment with the Paris Agreement.

How fashion for Gen Z will rely on AI and big data

Fashinza’s co-founder, Jamil Ahmad, explains how AI and Big Data are where designers are now looking for their creative inspo.

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US customs pauses ACE forced labour change on ‘industry concerns’

US Customs and Border Protection has reportedly halted a forced-labour-related change to the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) in light of industry concerns.