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Industry heavyweights partner on traceable, upcycled denim range

12 May 2020 | Hannah Abdulla

Levi Strauss & Co (LS&Co) has partnered on a traceable, nine-piece upcycled denim collection aimed at reducing apparel's climate impact.... read more

Pandemic puts East European garment workers at risk too

28 April 2020 | Michelle Russell

Garment workers in Serbia, Ukraine, Croatia and Bulgaria are said to be earning less than a living wage producing clothes for German fashion brands – with many having to carry on despite the Covid-19 pandemic.... read more

New Avery Dennison Ecotach recycled apparel fasteners

3 April 2020 | Beth Wright

Avery Dennison Fastener Solutions has developed a new line of sustainable apparel tag fasteners made with post-consumer waste from recycled plastic bottles and carpets.... read more

Avery Dennison completes Smartrac RFID acquisition

3 March 2020 | Beth Wright

Apparel tags, labels and embellishments specialist Avery Dennison has completed its EUR225m (US$250.4m) acquisition of Smartrac’s Transponder business.... read more

Gerry Weber to launch first sustainable collection

20 January 2020 | Beth Wright

German womenswear retailer Gerry Weber International has revealed plans to launch its first sustainable apparel collection later this year across its Gerry Weber, Taifun and Samoon brands.... read more

Industry 4.0 weaves into the clothing supply chain

6 January 2020 | Leonie Barrie

Experts have told just-style of the urgent need for the clothing sector to embrace Industry 4.0 to boost productivity and harness creativity by providing a single, connected platform for all supply chain processes. ... read more

Avery Dennison expands with Smartrac RFID acquisition

21 November 2019 | Hannah Abdulla

Apparel tags, labels and embellishments specialist Avery Dennison is to acquire Smartrac's Transponder (RFID Inlay) Division in a EUR225m (US$249.3m) deal.... read more

Ralph Lauren digital product IDs to drive supply chain efficiency

5 November 2019 | Beth Wright

US apparel giant Ralph Lauren Corporation (RLC) is introducing Digital Product Identities (IDs) for tens of millions of Ralph Lauren products in a move that will provide supply chain insight to help drive efficiency around orders and inventory.... read more

Gerry Weber gets green light on insolvency plan

19 September 2019 | Michelle Russell

Insolvent German women's wear retailer Gerry Weber International has had its insolvency plan approved by the majority of its creditors.... read more

Gerry Weber to shutter all UK stores

25 July 2019 | Beth Wright

Insolvent German women's wear retailer Gerry Weber International has confirmed it is to shutter all of its own retail stores in the UK by the end of October.... read more

Gerry Weber rescued with EUR49.2m cash injection

16 July 2019 | Beth Wright

Insolvent German women's wear retailer Gerry Weber International has struck an investment agreement with asset management firms Robus Capital Management and Whitebox Advisors in what it calls a "milestone" in securing the company's future.... read more

Gerry Weber sells Hallhuber to Robus Capital

8 July 2019 | Leonie Barrie

Insolvent German women's wear retailer Gerry Weber International has sold a majority stake in its core Hallhuber business to a fund managed by Robus Capital Management.... read more

Avery Dennison backs 'track-to-rack' blockchain tool

15 May 2019 | Hannah Abdulla

Apparel labelling and RFID specialist Avery Dennison has teamed up with software provider Evrythng to launch a 'track to rack' blockchain technology solution aimed at meeting the demand for greater transparency and traceability in the apparel industry.... read more

Gerry Weber begins preliminary insolvency proceedings

28 January 2019 | Beth Wright

Struggling German women's wear retailer Gerry Weber International has entered into preliminary insolvency proceedings after negotiations with its financing partners broke down. ... read more

Gerry Weber adjusts FY results to report wider loss

15 January 2019 | Beth Wright

Struggling German fashion retailer Gerry Weber has adjusted its preliminary results for the financial year 2017/18 to reflect a EUR44.2m (US$m)  impairment - the vast majority of which it says is related to its core Hallhuber brand.... read more

Gerry Weber to close 230 stores as FY earnings plummet

10 December 2018 | Hannah Abdulla

Struggling German fashion retailer Gerry Weber has announced it will close 230 stores and cut its workforce, warning it expects a "significant loss" in earnings for the full year fuelled by restructuring costs, depreciation and write-downs.... read more

Gerry Weber to focus on core brands, discontinue Talkabout

26 October 2018 | Beth Wright

German fashion house Gerry Weber has announced its youngest label Talkabout will be discontinued as part of a wider move by the company to focus on its core brands.... read more

Gerry Weber in management shake-up amid declining sales

3 October 2018 | Hannah Abdulla

The group recently initiated a new performance programme to focus on digitisation and build a leaner businesses structure - a move that resulted in up to 150 job cuts.  ... read more

Adidas, C&A, Esprit set out new sustainability roadmaps

23 August 2018 | Leonie Barrie

Brands and retailers including Adidas, C&A, Esprit, Hugo Boss, KiK, Lidl, Primark and Puma are among 116 members of the German based Partnership for Sustainable Textiles who have submitted roadmaps outlining concrete steps to increase sustainability in their textile supply chains.... read more

Gerry Weber to rebuild business model and cut jobs

15 June 2018 | Michelle Russell

German fashion house Gerry Weber has initiated a new performance programme to focus on digitisation and building a leaner businesses structure that will result in up to 150 job cuts.... read more

Avery Dennison develops post-consumer patches

9 May 2018 | Beth Wright

Apparel labelling and RFID specialist Avery Dennison has partnered with NGO Fashion Revolution, which works to put traceability under the spotlight, to create a patch that can be used to not only embellish garments but help repair those that would otherwise be thrown away.... read more

Gerry Weber to launch online only brand

1 March 2018 | Beth Wright

German fashion house Gerry Weber, which is currently working to boost profitability, is to launch a purely digital brand later this month, offered exclusively online and on external platforms including Amazon.... read more

Gerry Weber "unable" to improve profitability, posts FY loss

28 February 2018 | Beth Wright

German fashion house Gerry Weber has offered an optimistic outlook despite booking lower sales and moving to a loss for the full-year as its cost-saving programme failed to improve profitability.... read more

Gerry Weber in board reshuffle to boost profitability

22 February 2018 | Beth Wright

German fashion house Gerry Weber has appointed a new management board, tasked with developing a performance programme to drive a "sustainable increase" in profitability at the firm.... read more

NRF 2018 – Retail technology launches and developments

17 January 2018 | Michelle Russell

Retail's 'Big Show', the National Retail Federation's Annual Convention & Expo, which took place in New York this week, is an annual opportunity for retailers to tap into the latest technologies for improving everything from customer analysis to inventory management. Here we highlight some of the latest launches and developments.... read more

Avery Dennison names Gregory Lovins CFO

12 July 2017 | Hannah Abdulla

Apparel labelling specialist Avery Dennison has appointed Gregory Lovins as its new chief financial officer with immediate effect.... read more

Steinke steps down as Gerry Weber retail head

26 June 2017 | Beth Wright

Norbert Steinke, chief retail officer of German fashion house Gerry Weber, has resigned from his position on the company’s management board with immediate effect.... read more

Gerry Weber store closures weigh on H1

15 June 2017 | Michelle Russell

German fashion house Gerry Weber has offered an optimistic outlook despite booking lower sales and earnings in its first-half on the back of store closures and a difficult market environment.... read more

Avery Dennison opens interactive R&D centre

25 April 2017 | Michelle Russell

Retail solutions provider Avery Dennison has opened an innovation centre in the Netherlands offering live demonstrations and interactive experiences focusing on the connectivity of products and new innovations in RFID.... read more

SAC trials digital identities to share product transparency

12 April 2017 | Michelle Russell

The Sustainable Apparel Coalition and Avery Dennison have partnered with IoT smart products platform Evrything to explore how suppliers, manufacturers, retailers and consumers can access and share sustainability information by interacting with digital identities on products.... read more

German brands targeted over Indonesia compensation

5 April 2017 | Michelle Russell

Gerry Weber and s.Oliver were the target of protests in the Indonesian capital Jakarta last week, with the German fashion brands being urged to pay compensation following the collapse of a supplier two years ago.... read more

Target to roll out RFID across 1,600 stores

4 April 2017 | Michelle Russell

US department store retailer Target Corp has partnered with Avery Dennison to deploy Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to its 1,600 store network.... read more

Gerry Weber warns of "difficult" year ahead as profits slump

23 February 2017 | Michelle Russell

German fashion house Gerry Weber has warned of a difficult and challenging year ahead as it revealed lower earnings in its last fiscal weighed down by charges related to its realignment programme.... read more

UPM Raflatac develops residue-free labelling solution

17 January 2017 | Beth Wright

Technology supplier UPM Raflatac has unveiled what it calls a safe and residue-free labelling solution, designed to keep apparel labels securely in place yet prevent fabric discolouring or marking after removal.... read more

Apparel brands "ignoring" refugee abuse in Turkey factories

25 October 2016 | Michelle Russell

The majority of large apparel brands are ignoring the "endemic" abuse of Syrian refugees in Turkish clothing factories supplying European retailers, a new report has found. ... read more