Top stories on just-style this week include a look at how the fast fashion industry can exploit lessons gleaned from the automotive sector; why Morrions is not yet taken seriously by UK clothing shoppers; the US withdraws India's US GSP preferential trade status; and PVH Corp inks a five-year Calvin Klein Jeans license with G-III Apparel Group.

Why design-to-cost is your trojan horse

How can the world of fast fashion exploit lessons gleaned from the automotive industry? The answer lies in design-to-cost, says Dominic Jephcott, co-founder and managing partner of management consultancy Vendigital.

Morrisons not yet taken seriously by UK clothing shoppers

Just 2.7% of UK clothing shoppers purchased from Morrisons in the past year – significantly underperforming the rest of the big four supermarket retailers.

Egyptian Cotton blacklist to expose non-genuine goods

Cotton Egypt Association (CEA), the organisation behind Egyptian Cotton, is doubling down on efforts to tackle fraud in the cotton supply chain by naming and shaming manufacturers who fail its rigorous accreditation scheme.

India loses US GSP preferential trade status

The United States has terminated India's designation as a beneficiary developing country under the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) programme.

PVH inks Calvin Klein Jeans license with G-III Apparel

Apparel giant PVH Corp has inked a five-year licensing deal with G-III Apparel Group to produce and distribute Calvin Klein Jeans women's wear collections in the US and Canada.