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HBC sells European joint venture and mulls take-private bid

12 June 2019 | Beth Wright

Canadian retailer Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) has inked a deal to sell its remaining European real estate and divest the related retail joint (JV) for CAD1.5bn (US$1.13bn) amid the news a group of its shareholders wants to take the company private.... read more


Crocs to cut China production amid tariff threat

12 June 2019 | Hannah Abdulla

US footwear firm Crocs says the potential impact of any new US tariffs on footwear imports from China will see it cut the amount of US product sourced from China by more than two-thirds over the next year.... read more


Higher sales boost Inditex Q1 profit

12 June 2019 | Hannah Abdulla

Inditex, the owner of the Zara, Bershka and Pull & Bear brands, has posted a 10% jump in net profits for the first quarter of 2019, to EUR736m (US$833m), lifted by increased sales.... read more


Gerber Technology adds 3D simulation for pattern designers

13 June 2019 | Leonie Barrie

The latest release of Gerber Technology’s AccuMark 3D pattern design platform leverages simulation technology to ensure the 3D model seen on screen is production ready – helping to speed the flow of data from design to manufacturing.... read more


Lululemon books double-digit Q1 sales and profit hike

13 June 2019 | Beth Wright

Canadian yogawear retailer Lululemon Athletica has reported double-digit hikes in both earnings and revenue in the first quarter, with CEO Calvin McDonald noting "strong momentum" across the entire business. ... read more


Destination Maternity CEO moves to new sourcing role

13 June 2019 | Beth Wright

US mother-and-baby retailer Destination Maternity has announced Marla Ryan is to step down as CEO, but will move to a new position at the company as president of product design, sourcing and merchandising.... read more


New Creora spandex connects fashion and function

13 June 2019 | Beth Wright

South Korean fibre giant Hyosung has unveiled a new high-performance Creora spandex stretch fibre designed for multi-sport apparel for endurance sports enthusiasts and to help bridge the gap between fashion and function.... read more


Arcadia Group avoids collapse as CVA gets green light

13 June 2019 | Beth Wright

Arcadia Group has avoided falling into administration after its creditors approved all seven of its Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) – in a move that puts its 1,800 workers and extensive supplier base "on a much firmer footing."... read more


New Unifi sustainable fibre tackles ocean plastic problem

13 June 2019 | Hannah Abdulla

US yarn manufacturer Unifi is introducing a new line of sustainable fibres under its Repreve brand made from plastic bottles collected within 50km of coastlines in countries or areas that lack formal waste or recycling systems.... read more


Global brands respond to living wage criticism

13 June 2019 | Hannah Abdulla

A damning report calling out 31 brands in the apparel sector for failing to ensure workers in their global supply chains are compensated fairly has surfaced, the second of two on the topic in a matter of weeks. just-style reached out to the brands to get their side of the story and to understand what steps they are taking to tackle the living wage issue.... read more


New GBP4.7m fund to boost UK textile recycling

13 June 2019 | Leonie Barrie

The UK government has unveiled a GBP4.7m (US$5.95m) fund to help boost the recycling of plastic packaging and textiles – and is seeking innovative ideas to back.... read more


Clarks closes "cutting-edge" UK footwear factory, 35 jobs lost

5 March 2019 | Beth Wright

UK footwear group Clarks has confirmed the closure of its facility in Street, Somerset - a move that will result in 35 job losses. ... read more


Inditex sets up new board-level sustainability committee

13 June 2019 | Beth Wright

Spanish clothing giant Inditex, the world's largest clothing retailer, is setting up a sustainability committee within its board of directors to oversee the group's sustainability strategy and policies.... read more


Select CVA secured with 87% creditor approval

13 June 2019 | Beth Wright

Creditors for high street fashion chain Genus UK Ltd, trading as Select, have approved its company voluntary arrangement (CVA) proposals.... read more


HeiQ adds footwear solution to Eco Dry line

13 June 2019 | Beth Wright

Swiss specialty textile chemistry company HeiQ has added a new fluorine-free water repellent product to its HeiQ Eco Dry line, this time targeting footwear materials.... read more


Asics backs climate-related reporting development

13 June 2019 | Beth Wright

Japanese giant Asics claims to have become the world's first sporting goods manufacturer to support the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), which is developing climate-related financial risk disclosures for use by companies in providing information to investors, lenders, insurers and other stakeholders.... read more


Delta Galil buys intimate apparel maker The Bogart Group

11 June 2019 | Hannah Abdulla

Israel-based apparel major Delta Galil has acquired Hong Kong-based intimate apparel manufacturer The Bogart Group, a strategic supplier to brands including Victoria's Secret, PVH, Jockey, Adore Me, Vanity Fair and Hanes.... read more


Tuong Long switches production to aniline-free indigo

14 June 2019 | Beth Wright

Vietnam-based Tuong Long has become the first denim manufacturer in the country to switch 100% of its production to an aniline-free indigo solution developed by colour and speciality textile chemicals provider Archroma.... read more


New AI tool helps forecast the next big sellers

14 June 2019 | Hannah Abdulla

A technology that uses artificial intelligence to help companies bring-to-market new products more successfully, is being launched by supply chain planning software provider FuturMaster.... read more


Australia's OnTheGo acquires Zems Apparel

14 June 2019 | Beth Wright

OnTheGo (OTG), the Australian e-retailer and customisation platform for uniforms and sports apparel, has acquired clothing wholesaler Zems Apparel as part of an ongoing vertical integration acquisition strategy.... read more


Target explores blockchain for supply chain tracking

14 June 2019 | Beth Wright

US department store retailer Target Corp has revealed details of an open source blockchain project it has been working on since mid-2018 to help track its supply chain.... read more


Sustainability could drive rise in green economic zones

14 June 2019 | Hannah Abdulla

Growing demand for sustainability from companies and investors could see the rise of a new 'green' Special Economic Zones (SEZs) around the world – including those manufacturing textiles and apparel.... read more


Ralph Lauren rolls out new sustainability goals

14 June 2019 | Hannah Abdulla

US clothing and footwear company Ralph Lauren has committed to using 100% sustainably sourced key materials – including cotton – in its products by 2025, as part of a new set of sustainability goals.... read more


Top stories this week on just-style...

14 June 2019 | Beth Wright

Top stories on just-style this week include a look at the steps G-III Apparel is considering to offset the impact of the ongoing trade war between the US and China, the response from a number of apparel brands criticised for failing to pay a living wage to supply chain workers, and Delta Galil's acquisition of Hong Kong-based intimate apparel manufacturer The Bogart Group.... read more


Texprocess 2019 – New solutions for speed and efficiency

14 June 2019 | Beth Wright

Industry 4.0 remained a buzz-word at the recent Texprocess and Techtextil technology trade shows in Frankfurt, Germany, with new tools allowing data to flow seamlessly from digital design and development all the way through the supply chain to help garment manufacturers cut costs, improve quality, increase productivity, speed time-to-market, reduce waste and stay competitive. Other highlights included virtual fit solutions, a new 3D body scanner, and robot-assisted sewing.... read more


Silverstein returns to 7 for All Mankind as president

14 June 2019 | Beth Wright

Israel-based apparel major Delta Galil has named Suzanne Silverstein as president of its 7 for All Mankind division.... read more


DuPont and Unifi partner on sustainable insulation

14 June 2019 | Beth Wright

US yarn manufacturer Unifi has partnered with DuPont Biomaterials and outdoor specialist Youngone on a new collection of insulation products that offer sustainable options for cold-weather garments.... read more


Target furthers renewable energy commitment

14 June 2019 | Beth Wright

US department store retailer Target Corp has committed to sourcing 100% of the electricity used in its domestic operations from renewable sources by 2030.... read more


Asos uses augmented reality to launch virtual catwalk

14 June 2019 | Beth Wright

UK online fashion retailer Asos has launched its first augmented reality (AR) experience - ‘Virtual Catwalk’. ... read more


Boohoo rebuffs claims it is reluctant to engage with unions

14 June 2019 | Hannah Abdulla

Online fast-fashion retailer Boohoo has defended itself against claims it is hesitant to give its staff the opportunity to join an independent trade union, adding it has taken measures to understand the views and opinions of its teams and that its staff have shown "no interest" in trade union representation.... read more


Forever 21 mulls restructuring?

14 June 2019 | Hannah Abdulla

US fast fashion retailer Forever 21 is reportedly mulling a restructuring that may include store closures, and has turned to lawyers for advice.... read more


Bangladesh reports rise in garment exports to May

13 June 2019 | Hannah Abdulla

Exports of ready-made garments from Bangladesh have jumped 12.82% year-on-year for the 10 months to May.... read more


Apparel groups concerned at Myanmar labour law reforms

17 June 2019 | Leonie Barrie

Business groups representing international garment, footwear, and travel goods buyers have written to the government of Myanmar to express their increasing concern over several worker rights issues in the country.... read more


Hudson's Bay optimistic despite Q1 sales slip

17 June 2019 | Beth Wright

Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) CEO Helena Foulkes has hailed progress on a "number of crucial fronts" despite a drop in first-quarter sales. ... read more


US retail sales bounce back in May

17 June 2019 | Beth Wright

US retail sales regained their upward trajectory in May, demonstrating consumer resilience and confidence in the economy, new figures show. ... read more


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