Blog: just-style takes an Easter break

Katie Smith | 2 April 2015

There will be no site updates or email newsletters on Friday (3 April) or Monday (6 April)

There will be no site updates or email newsletters on Friday (3 April) or Monday (6 April)

We're heading off for an Easter break here in the UK, which means there will be no site updates or email newsletters on Friday (3 April) or Monday (6 April).

We'll be back at our desks bringing you the latest news and insight from the global apparel and textiles industry on Tuesday (7 April).

just-style editorial team

Sectors: Retail

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The rise and fall of Bangladesh?

The rise of Bangladesh's garment export industry has been nothing less than spectacular – and until recently it seemed that nothing could stop its growth....

NEWS

US retailers warn BAT will drive up import prices

US retailers are refusing to give up in their fight against the proposed border adjustment tax, warning Congress that such a measure would drive up the price of imported merchandise....

BLOG

Is Nike's delayed commitment to Amazon costing it sales?

Sports apparel retailer Nike's delay in committing to a solid sales partnership with online retail giant Amazon could possibly have seen it lose out on sales yesterday (11 July) as the e-retailer slas...

NEWS

Shop Direct scraps sale plans amid political uncertainty

The owners of online fashion retailer Shop Direct have scrapped plans to sell the business, blaming uncertainty following the recent UK election....

BLOG

Calls for boiler inspections in Bangladesh

Labour rights groups are calling for garment factory safety inspections to be expanded to cover boilers, after a blast at the Multifabs facility in Bangladesh last week killed at least 11 people....

NEWS

Top stories this week on just-style...

Top stories this week on just-style include a report on the first garment training institute opening in Cambodia, Primark's recall of thousands of men's flip flops over cancer fears, key issues for te...

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Wising up to supply chain changes

The old guard of the United States apparel and footwear industries better wise up to changes occurring all along the supply chain if they want to see their companies survive, industry executives have ...

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