Top stories on just-style this week include a step-by-step look at moves to improve worker and building safety in Bangladesh on the sixth anniversary of the Rana Plaza building collapse, H&M is listing production details on all garments, and Gap suggests separating its sourcing and tech/IT systems could be one of the biggest sticking points in the planned spin-off of its Old Navy brand.

Rana Plaza six years on – A time for reflection
On the sixth anniversary of the Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh, just-style has taken a step-by-step look at the changes that have been made to improve worker and building safety within the country's ready-made garment industry.  

Activating brand purpose – and putting it to work at Wrangler
Over the last few years, there's been a lot of compelling information demonstrating the importance of a brand or organisation's purpose. Just like mission, vision, and values before it, purpose is gaining in critical mass as an organisational architecture trend. Here, Roian Atwood, director of sustainability for Wrangler and Lee jeans, discusses the methodologies involved in discovering brand purpose – and how it was put into practice at Wrangler.

H&M shares supplier details for every garment
Swedish apparel giant Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) has launched a new "transparency layer" both in-store and online that will see it list details such as production country, supplier and factory names and addresses for each of its garments.

What are the top threats to supply chains in 2019?
Brands shifting to new sourcing markets as a result of rising uncertainty over trade policies, mass migration, and cybersecurity have been identified among the biggest supply chain risks facing firms during 2019.

Gap Inc business split could affect smooth sourcing
US specialty apparel retailer Gap Inc has suggested separating its sourcing and tech/IT systems could be one of the largest sticking points in the planned spin-off of its Old Navy brand.