Top stories this week on just-style include a look at how brands can get new styles into stores quicker, concerns that Vietnam's textile projects are being delayed over pollution fears, and highlights of this year's Texprocess Americas event.

Accord's stay in Bangladesh embroiled in legal tangle
The right of the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh to continue working in the country has been thrown into renewed uncertainty after the high court extended an injunction preventing the government from prolonging its operations.

Made-to-order apparel a highlight at Texprocess Americas
If there was a central theme to the 2018 edition of Texprocess Americas held in Atlanta last week, it was the movement towards made-to-order apparel. While this concept is in its relative infancy, equipment manufacturers are aggressively pursuing how to make it a reality.

Vietnam textile projects delayed over pollution fears
Concerns that Vietnam's local governments are not licensing textile and dyeing projects over pollution fears may prevent the country from taking full advantage of the CPTPP trade deal, an industry association has warned.

Faster fashion – How to shorten the apparel calendar
To get new styles into stores more quickly, fashion companies must improve internal collaboration, tap into consumer insights, and start to digitise the value chain, according to new insight from McKinsey.

Vietnam eyes $200bn garment, textile exports by 2035
Vietnam's textile and garment industry is expecting exports to reach up to US$200bn by 2035 thanks to investment in new technology and automation, and a shift in production methods.