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EU forced labour goods ban is no CSDDD ‘substitute’ say experts

The EU's new regulation to ban forced labour-made goods would mean suspected use of forced labour would need to be …

Just Style Excellence Awards 2023: HKRITA

HKRITA - The Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparel is a body established in 2006 to provide applied …

Retail stores of the future will be more about entertainment by 2030 predicts analysts

Social media and the culture around influencers will lead the future of retail as brick and mortar stores move to …

Huue secures funding for “world’s first” clean indigo dye

Biotech start-up Huue has secured $14.6m in funding to launch what it claims is the world’s first clean and scalable …

China’s resilience shines through in index of world’s most vulnerable apparel supply chains

China has come out on top as having the most self-sufficient apparel and textile supply chains in the world in …

UK quarterly financial digest: Shoe Zone

Shoe Zone ended H1 trading out of fewer stores but delivered a "very efficient returns process" which was complemented by …

Euratex, IndustriAll Europe promote social dialogue in EU apparel industry

The European Commission, Euratex, and industriAll Europe partnership will involve a series of seminars and capacity-building workshops, as StitchTogether aims …

Fashion brands make ‘mostly positive progress’ in latest ACT report

In its “Accountability and Monitoring Report 2023: Pivotal Progress in Responsible Purchasing Practices” ACT surveyed 19 of its signatory brands …

Fashion’s key learnings from Renewcell collapse

Speaking at the Global Fashion Summit, the H&M Foundation’s strategy lead Christiane Dolva said the fashion sector could learn from …

Explainer: Is wholesale getting too risky for fashion brands?

UK-based independent brand The Vampire’s Wife has ceased trading “with immediate effect” due to the “upheaval in the wholesale market”. …