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Lindex & Asket to explore circular business models

23 October 2019 | Beth Wright

Swedish fashion retailers Lindex and Asket have become the first brands to join a global project developed by Amsterdam based social enterprise Circle Economy, which aims to accelerate the uptake of re-commerce and rental business models in the apparel industry. ... read more


Lindex sets out new sustainability pledge

5 April 2019 | Beth Wright

Swedish fashion retailer Lindex has set a number of new goals to create "fair and equal workplaces for women" across its value chain – including that its top suppliers work actively with a living wage programme, and show total supply chain transparency and commitment to improving working conditions.... read more


Lindex picks DHL to manage freight operations

26 October 2018 | Beth Wright

Swedish fashion retailer Lindex has appointed DHL Global Forwarding to manage freight distribution across its entire whole network of stores and e-commerce offering.ng.... read more


Lindex notes supply chain transparency challenges

27 April 2018 | Beth Wright

Swedish fashion retailer Lindex says 55% of its garments were made from sustainable materials last year – but admits there is still work to be done in consolidating its supply chain and increasing transparency past the first tier. ... read more


Lindex invests in female textile worker health

7 March 2018 | Michelle Russell

Swedish fashion retailer Lindex has pledged to donate 10% of its revenues during International Women’s Day (8 March) to the HERhealth project, which aims to improve health and lives of female textile workers.... read more


Lindex CEO Larsson steps down

22 August 2017 | Michelle Russell

Swedish fashion retailer Lindex has appointed Elisabeth Peregi as interim chief executive officer following the resignation of Ingvar Larsson.... read more


Top stories this week on just-style...

7 July 2017 | Beth Wright

Top stories this week on just-style include news that 11 people were killed when a boiler exploded at the Multifabs garment factory on the outskirts of Dhaka in Bangladesh,  footwear group Clarks revealed details of a new manufacturing facility that will see it make shoes in the UK again, Mexican apparel makers are seeking an end to NAFTA's yarn-forward rule, while Target is tackling the issue of forced labour with worker surveys and has separately launched three new private label apparel brands.... read more


Lindex launches supply chain gender equality programme

7 June 2017 | Michelle Russell

Swedish fashion retailer Lindex has launched a three-year project aimed at creating gender equality and inclusiveness for women in its supply chain, starting in Bangladesh.... read more


Clothing brands commit to 100% sustainable cotton by 2025

25 May 2017 | Michelle Russell

Asos, Kering, Levi Strauss & Co and Nike are among 13 clothing and textile brands who have committed to using 100% sustainable cotton by 2025.... read more


Lindex makes "great" sustainability progress in 2016

21 April 2017 | Beth Wright

Swedish fashion retailer Lindex has hailed 2016 as a "great year of progress" with 51% of its garments made from sustainable materials last year, but admits there is still work to be done if the company is to achieve its 80% target by 2020.... read more


Lindex unveils new upcycled collection

13 March 2017 | Beth Wright

Swedish fashion chain Lindex is exploring new circular ways of working with the launch of a new collection of upcycled products that have been redesigned and remade locally in Borås, Sweden.... read more


Lindex uses "clean dye" in 90% of denim assortment

21 February 2017 | Beth Wright

Swedish fashion chain Lindex has revealed almost all of its denim range is now dyed using what it claims is the "cleanest" indigo dye on the market, as part of its bid for cleaner denim production.... read more


Lindex steps closer to closing the loop with new denim line

20 October 2016 | Beth Wright

Swedish fashion chain Lindex is a step closer to achieving its long-term ambition of closing the material loop with the launch of a new range of denim styles containing post-consumer recycled cotton.... read more


Lindex selects new software to build digital footprint

5 October 2016 | Michelle Russell

Swedish fashion chain Lindex has implemented new content management software to help speed time-to-market for its global digital e-commerce presence.... read more


Stockmann names Veijalainen as new CEO

12 September 2016 | Beth Wright

Finnish department store retailer Stockmann Group has appointed its interim chief executive officer Lauri Veijalainen to the full-time role.... read more


Lindex scales-up textile reuse and recycling scheme

17 August 2016 | Leonie Barrie

Swedish fashion chain Lindex is scaling up its textile reuse and recycling scheme to all stores in Sweden and Norway, with plans to extend the initiative to Finland later this year.... read more


Lindex listed as one of top ten users of organic cotton

22 July 2016 | Beth Wright

Swedish fashion retailer Lindex has been named as one of the world's largest users of organic cotton and sustainable materials such as lyocell and recycled polyester.... read more


Lindex goals include supplier sustainability scorecard

29 April 2016 | Leonie Barrie

Swedish fashion retailer Lindex sold 27m garments made from sustainable materials last year, and says it is planning to launch a scorecard to rate suppliers on their sustainability performance.... read more


New factory worker training tool launches in China

18 April 2016 | Leonie Barrie

A digital training tool designed to educate garment workers about their rights and responsibilities is being rolled out across 50 factories in China, including those used by fashion and sportswear brands including Lindex, Filippa K, MQ and Intersport.... read more


Stockmann CEO Thelin in immediate departure

4 April 2016 | Michelle Russell

Per Thelin, the chief executive of Finnish department store retailer Stockmann Group, is to leave the group with immediate effect after just one year in the role. ... read more


Chinese companies join forest-free viscose pledge

10 March 2016 | Katie Smith

Six large Chinese rayon and viscose producers have joined a commitment to stop sourcing the raw material from ancient and endangered forests. ... read more


Lindex moves forward on sustainable denim goals

17 February 2016 | Katie Smith

Swedish fashion chain Lindex has taken a "big step" towards its sustainability goals after revealing that the majority of its denim is now made from sustainable cotton and produced in low impact processes, saving water, energy and chemicals. ... read more


In the money: Wall Street crash knocks retail confidence

25 September 2008 | just-style.com

Last week, an unprecedented series of events in the US financial sector shook global markets, leaving retailers and brands anxious that already tough trading conditions could worsen still. Joe Ayling reports on how the Wall Street meltdown dealt a further blow to fashion operators and could mean that international expansion is the best short-term fix.... read more


RUSSIA: Lindex opens St Petersburg store

15 August 2008 | just-style.com

Lindex has become the first Swedish fashion chain to have a retail presence in Russia with the opening of its new store in St Petersburg.... read more


Top stories on just-style this week...

9 May 2008 | just-style.com

Here is a roundup of the top five most-read stories on just-style this week. Click on each headline for the full story.... read more


SWEDEN: Companies distance themselves from mulesing

6 May 2008 | just-style.com

Two Swedish clothing firms, AB Lindex and RNB Retail and Brands, have aired objections to the Australian practice of Mulesing but denied they had bowed to pressure from animal rights groups.... read more


FINLAND: Stockmann plans 50 Middle East stores, targets Russia

20 March 2008 | just-style.com

Finland’s Stockmann said the Swedish Lindex fashion chain it bought last year is to expand to the Middle East and Russia, with the first shops opening this year.... read more


SWEDEN: Jepson to lead expansion at KappAhl

23 January 2008 | just-style.com

Swedish fashion chain KappAhl has underlined its plans to extend its reach into new countries by appointing Hans Jepson as vice president of expansion.... read more


SWEDEN: Q1 margin improvement at KappAhl

18 December 2007 | just-style.com

Nordic fashion chain KappAhl saw margins improve during the company’s first quarter, despite sales not quite living up to expectations.... read more


SWEDEN: Stockmann takes Lindex holding to 96%

17 December 2007 | just-style.com

Swedish fashion retailer Lindex has announced that with its EUR870m (US$1.25bn) takeover offer from department store operator Stockmann complete, the Finnish chain had acquired more than 96% of the shares in Lindex.... read more


SWEDEN: Kapp-Ahl makes up for Lindex loss with pay-out

16 November 2007 | just-style.com

Swedish fashion retailer Kapp-Ahl is to return the war chest built up during its failed takeover bid for rival Lindex to shareholders by more than doubling a proposed dividend from five to 11 crowns per share.... read more


SWEDEN: Lindex posts buoyant October sales

13 November 2007 | just-style.com

Swedish clothing retailer Lindex, currently the subject of a takeover bid by Finland’s Stockmann department store chain, saw like-for-like sales rise 8.5% during October.... read more


FINLAND: Stockmann secures Russian Lindex trademark

25 October 2007 | just-style.com

Finnish department store chain Stockmann said Lindex had been registered as a trademark in Russia, clearing the way for completion of Stockmann's EUR870m (US$1.25bn) tender for the Swedish clothing retailer.... read more


SWEDEN: Kappahl returns US$18.3m Q4 profit

3 October 2007 | just-style.com

Swedish fashion retailer Kappahl has reported operating profit of SEK119m (US$18.3m) for the company's fiscal fourth quarter, beating analysts' estimates.... read more


SWEDEN: Stockmann tables US$1.23bn offer for Lindex

1 October 2007 | just-style.com

Swedish fashion chain Lindex has received another takeover offer, this time from department store operator Stockmann, of SEK116 per share in cash.... read more


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