The most-read stories on just-style this week include a look at what is thought to be Sri Lanka's largest rooftop solar plant at MAS's dedicated knitting facility for Nike Flyknit running shoes, how fast fashion brands can ensure they make decisions that get orders right the first time, and Bangladesh knitwear makers are scaling up their consumption of organic cotton. 

MAS solar solution at Nike dedicated plant in Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan apparel and fabric giant MAS has unveiled what is thought to be the country’s largest rooftop solar plant at its dedicated knitting facility for Nike Flyknit running shoes.

Fast fashion: How to get orders right first time
Brands operating in the fast fashion sector face numerous challenges, in particular ensuring they make decisions ensuring they get orders right the first time.

Bangladesh knitwear makers go organic as demand rises
Bangladesh’s major knitwear manufacturers have scaled up their consumption of organic fibre, meeting increasing demand from global buyers.

Fast fashion: Using technology for a sharper edge
Sophisticated tools are now commercially available to analyse social media and combine social ‘chatter’ with sales data to have a transformative impact on fast fashion.

Fast fashion: Options for sourcing closer to market
It is a fair assumption that sourcing closer to a market will usually shorten delivery times. But before considering where, or indeed whether, to source closer to home, brands must first consider their company’s objectives.