The most-read stories on just-style this week include the findings of Gap's audits at its two new supplier factories in Myanmar, plans by Abercrombie & Fitch to lose logos, and discord between the two groups working to improve safety in Bangladesh's ready-made garment industry. 

Gap audits reveal compliance issues at Myanmar factories
US retail giant Gap Inc has made no secret of the fact that it faced - and continues to face - a number of compliance issues linked to its decision to start sourcing garments from Myanmar/Burma. And the extent of these challenges has now been revealed.

IN THE MONEY: Abercrombie & Fitch to lose logos in fashion focus
Teen apparel retailer Abercrombie & Fitch Co is aiming to remove the logos from its garments on sale in North America by next spring as it focuses instead on more on-trend merchandise.

BANGLADESH: Accord and Alliance discord "a setback"
A decision by the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh to reject inspection reports produced by third party auditors for the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety for some factories shared by the two groups has been described as a "setback" for garment factory safety efforts in the country.

BANGLADESH: VF pledges $10m for factory safety improvements
As part of ongoing efforts to improve working conditions in Bangladesh's garment sector, VF Corp is partnering with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to provide up to US$10m in financing for fire and building safety upgrades in its supplier factories.

3D technology: Applications in retail
From scanning technology for major sizing studies, to magic mirrors or virtual fitting rooms, 3D technology is helping to transform both retail stores and online shopping.