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PVH's Stitch Accelerator to fast-track 3D design goals

14 April 2020 | Michelle Russell

Software specialist Browzwear is broadening its partnership with PVH Europe's tech incubator Stitch on a training and certification programme to prepare up-and-coming designers and product developers for 3D design and digital workflows.... read more


Browzwear and Vizoo standardise digital materials

16 October 2018 | Michelle Russell

3D design and prototyping software provider Browzwear has partnered with material digitisation specialist Vizoo to develop an open source format to help standardise digital materials and serve as a bridge between software applications in the apparel industry.... read more


Browzwear develops 'Headless' automation engine for scale

23 June 2020 | Michelle Russell

3D design and prototyping software specialist Browzwear has launched an end-to-end apparel automation engine that allows businesses to integrate and scale throughout the digital production workflow.... read more


PVH, zLabels latest to join ACT living wage initiative

26 September 2018 | Michelle Russell

Apparel giant PVH Corp and German fashion firm zLabels are the latest to join the Action, Collaboration, Transformation (ACT) initiative aimed at achieving living wages for workers in the global garment and textile industry.... read more


PVH to use Tekfit stretch in Van Heusen shirts

18 May 2015 | Michelle Russell

US apparel giant PVH Corp is to incorporate Tekfit proprietary stretch technology into the collars of its Van Heusen dress shirts.... read more


Human rights groups file Peru labour complaint

24 July 2015 | Michelle Russell

A number of US and Peruvian human rights and union groups have filed a complaint alleging Peru's government failed to enforce basic garment sector labour laws under the terms of a free trade pact.... read more


Innovation and transparency key to future of denim, says PVH

24 June 2020 | Michelle Russell

Innovation and transparency are key to the future of denim, according to apparel giant PVH Corp, owner of the Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein brands.... read more


PVH ramps up corporate responsibility commitments

30 August 2016 | Michelle Russell

Apparel giant PVH Corp has developed what it says is a more comprehensive corporate responsibility strategy to address social and environmental issues by placing more emphasis on improving workforce and manufacturing standards.... read more


CHINA: Luthai Textile eyes expansion with New York office

7 January 2014 | Michelle Russell

China-based shirt manufacturer and yarn supplier Luthai Textile is to open an office in New York as part of the firm's ambitions to grow its global business.... read more


Interview: Liu Zibin, general manager at Luthai Textile

23 January 2014 | Michelle Russell

China-based shirt manufacturer and yarn supplier Luthai Textile Co has its sights firmly set on growing its global business. Earlier this month, as the company revealed plans to open an office in New York, Michelle Russell talked to Luthai general manager Liu Zibin about the rationale behind the move.... read more


Top 20 analysis stories on just-style in 2016...

21 December 2016 | Michelle Russell

Instead of the regular roundup of the most-read news pieces on just-style during the week, we thought a fitting end to the year would be to take a look at our top analysis pieces in 2016. Child labour, trade deals, Trump's election, 3D printing, the impact of Brexit, and sustainability are just some of the issues we analysed. ... read more


Fashion brands linked to polluting viscose producers

13 June 2017 | Michelle Russell

A number of fashion giants, including Sweden’s H&M and Inditex's Zara, are said to be buying viscose from highly polluting factories that are contributing irreparable damage to environmental and human health.... read more


UK: PETA applauds John Lewis angora ban

17 January 2014 | Michelle Russell

Animal rights group PETA has welcomed the decision by UK department store retailer John Lewis to implement a permanent ban on angora wool in its future collections.... read more


Top 20 news stories on just-style in 2016...

19 December 2016 | Michelle Russell

Instead of our regular roundup of the most-read stories on just-style during the week, we thought a fitting end to the year would be to take a look at the top news stories on just-style in 2016. Cutting edge innovations, Africa growth, Brexit, worker safety, key apparel and footwear trends, and minimum wages were just some of the issues that made the headlines.... read more


 Vegan fabric a fad or a future phenomenon?

10 November 2015 | Michelle Russell

Veganism is often thought of in food terms, and not clothing, so the idea of purchasing a vegan wool jumper or a vegan handbag could seem alien to many. The movement is gradually gaining momentum, albeit slowly. But whether the industry has the desire to really push it in the right direction is questionable.... read more


Iran develops GM cotton crop

3 June 2015 | Michelle Russell

Iran has developed what is said to be the first sample of genetically modified cotton, produced using indigenous technology.... read more


Is outer space the answer to more sustainable cotton?

31 July 2017 | Michelle Russell

Can space-based experiments be the answer to making cotton a more sustainable fibre on Earth? The Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) has partnered with US retail giant Target Corporation to find out.... read more


Is Ethiopia the place to be?

2 November 2015 | Michelle Russell

There has been a big buzz around Ethiopia as a potential source of apparel for at least the last five years ­– yet exports in 2014 were just US$112m. But that could finally be set to change, with sourcing specialists at this year's 'Origin Africa' event seeming to agree that Ethiopia is the place to be.... read more


Rwanda gearing up for a slice of sourcing action

24 September 2019 | Michelle Russell

For years now, Ethiopia has garnered the spotlight for its ambitions to become the world's next big destination for textile and fashion production. But another East African country – Rwanda – is also gearing up for a slice of the action, with the country's newest export-led garment factory quickly making up for lost time.... read more


Coronavirus continues disruption of apparel and textile supply chain

9 March 2020 | Michelle Russell

Fuelled by new investment from its recent listing on the Hong Kong stock exchange, fashion supply chain manager Lever Style is realigning its business model to be the product engine for rising e-commerce brands. ... read more


China promotes its 13th Five-Year Plan

30 November 2015 | Michelle Russell

China is using a catchy English-language TV ad to promote its 13th Five-Year Plan for the five years to 2020. But Mike Flanagan questions whether the Plan really tells us how garment-making in China will be affected.... read more


The winners and losers of 2015

21 December 2015 | Michelle Russell

From retailing to manufacturing, sourcing and sustainability, winners and losers were not hard to find in the apparel industry in 2015. As the year draws to a close, just-style's annual review tracks those for whom 2015 will be memorable in more ways than one.... read more


Special offer for just-style registered members

21 September 2015 | Michelle Russell

just-style has just launched an exciting offer for registered members: A full-year subscription with a saving of over one third on the usual price AND a free, 33-page report on how to develop a comprehensive sourcing strategy, by vendor, country and overseas representation.... read more


Race on to secure TPP agreement

12 August 2015 | Michelle Russell

After the latest round of TPP talks failed to clinch a deal, the race is now on to secure an agreement before the US presidential elections halt progress. Trade ministers are scrambling to try and forge a final Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement within two months, after a meeting of trade ministers in Hawaii failed to clinch a deal last week.... read more


Africa's potential to rival Asia for sourcing

8 May 2015 | Michelle Russell

Interest in sourcing apparel from sub-Saharan Africa might be on the rise, yet the results of a new survey suggest few players currently have concrete plans to tap into its potential.... read more


Strikes underscore Vietnam challenges

13 April 2015 | Michelle Russell

Strikes and protests are rare in Vietnam, but recent demonstrations by thousands of footwear factory workers underscore some of the challenges facing one of the industry's main manufacturing hubs. It also exposes a looming pension crisis and worker shortage in a country that many see as a key sourcing alternative to China.... read more


Apparel firms tap into growing wearable tech market

24 March 2015 | Michelle Russell

Smart fabrics and wearable technology go hand in hand. And with strong growth forecast over the coming years, it's no wonder fashion and software companies are developing new products to tap into the market.... read more


US port dipute conclusion nears

23 February 2015 | Michelle Russell

A tentative agreement on a new five-year contract has been agreed for some 20,000 dockworkers at 29 US West Coast ports, ending nine months of discussions. The Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) and International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU) have been engaged in talks since 12 May to replace the existing six-year contact, which expired on 30 June.... read more


Ethiopia apparel and textile industry making massive gains

8 May 2017 | Michelle Russell

just-style's editor Leonie Barrie recently visited Ethiopia to see for herself the massive developments taking place to elevate this East African nation into a compelling new garment and textile sourcing hub for brands, retailers and their suppliers.... read more


Cutting edge technology defining apparel industry

15 May 2017 | Michelle Russell

Cutting-edge textile processing products including a new technology for dyeing yarns in a more sustainable manner and a digitalised sewing machine set up via a touchscreen or app, were among the most exciting developments at last week's Texprocess trade fair in Frankfurt, Germany.... read more


Industry welcoming move to renegotiate NAFTA

23 May 2017 | Michelle Russell

The US textile industry has welcomed President Donald Trump's decision to renegotiate NAFTA, saying it is in America's national interest to modernise the trade agreement.... read more


Bangladesh works to resolve labour activist issues

2 March 2017 | Michelle Russell

The Bangladesh government was forced to respond late last week to pressure over its crackdown on labour activists after a number of global brands and retailers, including H&M and Inditex announced plans to pull out of the Dhaka Apparel Summit, held at the weekend, in protest.... read more


Trump and Brexit generate more confusion

20 March 2017 | Michelle Russell

Over the past month, Donald Trump and his team failed to offer any clear plan to ensure Americans would "Buy American, Hire American" - while the British government's attempts to clarify the specifics of "Brexit means Brexit" left no-one better informed. Mike Flanagan has taken a closer look in his monthly Trade Tracker update.... read more


Hanjin Shipping collapse triggers fear of West Coast port repeat

19 September 2016 | Michelle Russell

The recent bankruptcy of South Korea's Hanjin Shipping, the world's seventh-largest container shipper, at the end of August, has left billions of dollars worth of merchandise in limbo, leaving the fallout for apparel and footwear importers and exporters unclear.... read more


Happy New Year from just-style

6 January 2016 | Michelle Russell

Happy New Year from the team at just-style. We hope you had a good break.... read more


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