The most-read stories on just-style this week include a look at why American Apparel could be heading for its second bankruptcy filing, the resignation of Primark's sourcing chief, and the discovery of Syrian refugee children working in Turkish garment factories.

Primark sourcing chief Gordon steps down
Garry Gordon, the group sourcing director of UK value fashion giant Primark, has resigned from his role. 

Child refugees working in Turkey apparel factories
Syrian refugee children as young as ten years old have been found working in garment factories in Turkey making clothes for brands including Marks & Spencer and Asos, a television documentary claims.

How PVH is paving the way for connected apparel
Earlier this year apparel giant PVH set up Innovation Next, a new department dedicated to preparing for the big ideas coming at the industry – including connected apparel and implications for the supply chain. just-style takes a closer look.

Chinese manufacturer invests $20m in US facility
A Chinese garment manufacturer that produces for brands including Adidas and Reebok is to set up of a new US$20m factory in North America. 

American Apparel headed for bankruptcy again?
Troubled US retailer American Apparel could be heading for its second bankruptcy filing in as many years as rumours swirl that Authentic Brands Group (ABG) and Iconix Brand Group are among several companies expressing interest in acquiring the brand.