Top stories this week on just-style include a look at the "bold vision" to transform Ethiopia into a compelling new sourcing hub for brands, retailers and their suppliers, the launch of Amazon's own own-label fashion line, Lululemon unveiling a "revolutionary" sports bra, and H&M being recognised for its leadership in advancing global supply chain transparency.

Ethiopia sets its sights on $30bn apparel exports
Ethiopia is raising the bar on its garment and textile ambitions, targeting exports worth $30bn by 2025: a huge goal for a country whose annual shipments currently sit at just $115m. Speaking for the first time about the plans, Dr Arkebe Oqubay, a minister and special advisor to Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, shares with just-style the "bold vision" he believes will transform this East African nation into a compelling new sourcing hub for brands, retailers and their suppliers.

An Epic milestone for apparel made in Ethiopia
?The scale of Ethiopia's ambition to become a world-leading apparel and textile hub is epitomised by the flagship Hawassa Industrial Park, where 60,000 jobs and US$1bn in exports are targeted by the end of next year. In the latest milestone taking it closer to this goal, Hong Kong based Epic Group has completed its first commercial garment shipment to US retailer The Children's Place.

Amazon launches own-label fashion line Find
In a further move to expand in the apparel category, online retail giant Amazon has quietly launched an own-label fashion line.

Lululemon unveils "revolutionary" sports bra
Canadian yoga wear brand Lululemon Athletica has unveiled what it says is a "revolutionary" sports bra, designed to embrace movement without compromising performance and featuring a new high-performance fabric.

H&M recognised for global supply chain transparency
Swedish fashion giant Hennes & Maurtiz (H&M) has been recognised for its leadership in advancing global supply chain transparency by US independent watchdog Freedom House.