Top stories this week on just-style include a closer look at Under Armour's first made-in-the-USA apparel collection and the slowdown in its fourth quarter revenue growth, the departure of Ralph Lauren CEO Larsson over differing views on the future direction of the firm, and a report on the top source countries at risk of modern slavery in the fashion supply chain.

Ralph Lauren CEO to depart over "different views"
?Ralph Lauren Corp CEO Stefan Larsson is to leave the company over differing views on the future direction of the firm.

Under Armour growth hits a bump in the road
Shares in Under Armour slumped 26% yesterday (31 January) as the athletic apparel and footwear maker posted a slowdown in fourth quarter revenue growth, lowered its full-year outlook and announced the departure of its CFO after just 13 months.

Under Armour launches first US-made apparel
Athletic wear maker Under Armour has launched its first made-in-the-USA capsule apparel collection, produced at its state-of-the-art UA Lighthouse design and manufacturing innovation hub in Baltimore.

Supply chain slavery index highlights risk to fashion
India, Pakistan, Greece and Turkey have been identified among the top source countries at risk of modern slavery in the fashion supply chain – with new research also providing a tool to help firms find, assess and eradicate the problem.

Fast Retailing to reveal supplier list
Fast Retailing, owner of the Uniqlo casual clothing chain and Asia's largest fashion retailer, has confirmed to just-style it is preparing to make its supplier list public within 2017.