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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 …

Fashion leaders call for new UK policy to address sector failures

The hearing provided a progress review of the industry's response to the committee's 2019 report "Fixing fashion: clothing consumption and …

Explainer: Time to introduce Digital Product Passports in fashion?

By 2030, every fashion and textile product sold within the EU will require a Digital Product Passport (DPP). The scheme …

SBTi seeks revamp of Corporate Net-Zero Standard

The SBTi has four key goals for the review of the Corporate Net-Zero Standard: To align with the latest scientific …

Nike is most sought after brand on resale sites

Nike ranks fourth on resale sites Depop and second on eBay with over 219,000 and 893,000 items, respectively. Nike is followed …

In Data: Tapestry struggles to stay financially afloat amid merger troubles

Luxury conglomerate Tapestry, which owns brands including Coach, Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman, was relying on its merger with rival …