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Selling off Victoria's Secret could boost L Brands

Following a slew of earnings slides, reports are now suggesting that L Brands' founder and CEO, Les Wexner, is looking to leave the business...

Are commentators overreacting to coronavirus?

The world economy in general, and the apparel industry in particular, depend on hugely complex, globalised, supply chains. Here Mike Flanaga...

The environmental cost of online shopping

E-commerce has been a boon for the fashion retail industry. But it also comes with a cost: the overnight deliveries and corresponding return...

Asos back on track - What the analysts say

Asos has booked a 20% increase in total group revenue for the peak four-month trading period to the end of December, largely driven by a "re...

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How The Laboratory is steering H&M Group's sustainable future  18 Feb 2020

Michelle Russell

Set up to test and scale the game-changing concepts that will help drive the fashion industry towards a more sustainable and circular future, H&M Group's The Laboratory innovation hub also aims to challenge the way of thinking within the company – as Laura Coppen, circular and sustainable business developer, explains.


Go Global's new M&A model puts garment makers at the heart of the deal 6 Nov 2019

Leonie Barrie

Go Global Retail is a brand investment platform with a difference. Led by industry veteran and sourcing expert Jeff Streader, it aims to blow up the traditional transactional supply chain with a vision to build brands in partnership with garment makers as strategic investors – as he exclusively tells just-style.

Latest News

Lower sales and strategy charge hit Gildan Activewear 21 Feb 20

Beth Wright

Gildan Activewear has reported a drop in fourth-quarter and full-year profit after being hit by falling sales and a charge related to a shift in strategy aimed at simplifying its product portfolio and reducing complexity in manufacturing and distribution.


Top stories this week on just-style... 21 Feb 20

Beth Wright

Top stories this week on just-style include a look at how China's clothing and textile makers are struggling to get back on track amid the continuing novel coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic; why blockchain can help fashion brands enhance transparency; and Cambodia has urged the European Commission to reconsider its decision to partially suspend the Everything But Arms (EBA) trade benefit.


Gap partners with ThredUp in resale drive 21 Feb 20

Beth Wright

US specialty apparel retailer Gap Inc is stepping into the secondhand apparel market through a new partnership with online resale store ThredUp.


Laura Ashley agrees loan deal as H1 sales slide 20 Feb 20

Michelle Russell

Shares in Laura Ashley were up over 16% this morning (20 February) after the UK clothing and home retailer revealed it has secured a loan agreement that will allow it to meet its immediate funding needs.


Authentic Brands Group among new owners of Forever 21 20 Feb 20

Beth Wright

Forever 21 is to be acquired by Authentic Brands Group (ABG), Simon Property Group, and Brookfield Property Partners, with the trio forging a strategic partnership to purchase the US teen fashion retailer.


Adidas China sales tumble 85% due to coronavirus 20 Feb 20

Beth Wright

Sportswear firm Adidas says its sales in Greater China have slumped 85% since Chinese New Year amid the coronavirus outbreak, with a significant number of stores closed and a reduction in footfall at its locations that do remain open.

Latest blogs

China coronavirus impact continues to evolve 10 Feb 20

Leonie Barrie

Top stories on just-style last week were again dominated by the novel coronavirus outbreak in China, with a look at what it means for US apparel and retail, how it could impact China's polyester production, and concerns regarding cargo capacity and delays.


Coronavirus and its impact on fashion supply chains 3 Feb 20

Hannah Abdulla

The world economy in general, and the apparel industry in particular, depend on hugely complex, globalised, supply chains. So what are the consequences of the new 'Wuhan novel coronavirus'? And what is the potential impact of the coronavirus on global fashion retailers and their supply chains?

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