Top stories this week on just-style include a resolution passed by the European Parliament calling for the temporary suspension of Cambodia's preferential Everything But Arms (EBA) duty-free trade access, Hela Clothing joining forces with Tesco to launch an augmented reality children's T-shirt, Canada Goose losing an injunction against animal rights group PETA, and Levi Strauss & Co being urged to transition its entire supply chain to renewable energy.

European Parliament mulls Cambodia trade sanctions
The European Parliament has passed a resolution calling for the temporary suspension of Cambodia's preferential Everything But Arms (EBA) duty-free trade access over claims the country is violating its obligations under the agreement.

Hela Clothing develops augmented reality T-shirt with Tesco
Sri Lankan apparel manufacturer Hela Clothing has joined forces with Tesco to launch an augmented reality children's T-shirt as the UK retailer continues its work to develop and test new technologies in the apparel space.

Canada Goose loses injunction against animal rights activists
Canadian outdoor apparel specialist Canada Goose suffered a blow this weekend after the High Court reversed an injunction intended to stop animal rights group PETA from protesting outside its newly-opened flagship store in London.

Unpaid workers demand justice from fashion brands
Workers from three former supplier factories in Cambodia, Turkey and Indonesia that produced clothes for retailers including M&S, Next and Uniqlo are calling for the settlement of severance pay and final salaries, with global protests planned over the next week.

Levi Strauss urged to switch to renewables in supply chain
Levi Strauss & Co has come under fire from environmental group Stand.earth, which is calling on the jeans giant to transition its entire supply chain to renewable energy, with a minimum of 50% of energy sourced through renewables by 2035.