The most-read stories on just-style this week include a look at the line-up for this year's Prime Source Forum in Hong Kong, sandblasting claims in Chinese jeans factories, and a roundup of wearable technology innovations and developments. 

Spotlight on sourcing issues at Prime Source Forum
The line-up for this year’s Prime Source Forum in Hong Kong features senior executives from VF Corp, PVH, Under Armour, New Balance, Adidas and TAL Apparel, who will discuss sourcing in Africa, the impact the changing global retailing landscape, environmental issues, and materials innovation.

UPDATE: Sandblasting scandal in Chinese jeans factories
American Eagle Outfitters and Abercrombie & Fitch have told just-style that recent audits found no evidence of sandblasting or sandblasting equipment at a factory in China where the deadly process is said to be used to make their jeans.

Wearable Tech Show: Innovations and developments
The second edition of the annual Wearable Technology Show took place in London last week, highlighting some of the latest launches and prototypes ranging from textile sensors and software to performance tracking and navigation systems. 

The Fit Factor: The business benefits of consistent fit
There’s no ‘quick fix’ to solving problems with size and fit - but getting it right can save time, money and build customer loyalty, according to executives at a recent conference on the issue.

Nike unveils second ColorDry waterless dyed garment
US sporting goods giant Nike has unveiled a new tennis polo that becomes its second ColorDry garment made using fabric which is dyed using CO2 instead of water, in a process that also saves energy and eliminates the need for added chemicals.