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Saturday, September 5, 2015
Cherokee launches Cove kids line in India  (2015-09-04)
  Global brand management business Cherokee Global Brands has launched a new brand for the Indian market as part of a long-term partnership with Reliance Trends.
Top stories this week on just-style...  (2015-09-04)
  The most-read stories on just-style this week include a look at H&M's efforts to scale up its fair living wage efforts to key suppliers, Myanmar's approval of its first minimum wage for garment workers, and why the world garment trade was transformed in August.
Continued pressure forecast for Gap brand   (2015-09-04)
  Analysts expect continued pressure at Gap Inc's namesake brand, after the US retail giant reported its fifth consecutive month of comparable store sales declines.
UK fashion sales fall in "disappointing" August  (2015-09-04)
  UK consumers' unwillingness to spend was prevalent in August as retail sales declined at their highest rate in nearly seven years, with fashion chains the hardest hit.
Dystar surpasses 2020 energy target  (2015-09-04)
  DyStar Group has surpassed its 2020 energy consumption target, but increased water consumption and waste management, the Singapore dye manufacturer revealed in its latest sustainability report.
Mulberry finance chief Mather steps down  (2015-09-04)
  Roger Mather, the group finance director for British luxury brand Mulberry Group, has announced his decision to step down.
Thousands of workers rally for new wage in Indonesia  (2015-09-03)
  Thousands of workers took part in demonstrations across Indonesia on Tuesday (1 September), calling for higher wages and improved labour laws.
Costs and non-core business hurt IC Group FY profit  (2015-09-03)
  Danish fashion firm IC Group has recorded a double-digit decline in full-year net profit, weighed down by non-recurring costs and lower revenue at its non-core business.
Limited growth forecast for cotton consumption  (2015-09-03)
  Growth in global cotton consumption is expected to be limited in 2015/16, as international prices remain higher than those of competing manmade fibres such as polyester.
Vietnam apparel industry calls for lower minimum wage  (2015-09-03)
  Vietnam's textile and apparel industry is calling for a lower minimum wage to be set after a consensus was reached for a 12.4% increase to take effect from January 2016.
Noble Biomaterials XT2 gains Bluesign approval  (2015-09-01)
  Noble Biomaterials, maker of the X-Static silver-based antimicrobial fibre technology, has received Bluesign approval for its XT2 anti-odour protection.
Uniqlo sales bounce back in August  (2015-09-02)
  Casual clothing brand Uniqlo saw sales at its Japanese stores grow in August, bouncing back after two consecutive months of declines.
Van de Velde in H1 profit hike   (2015-09-02)
  Belgian underwear group Van de Velde saw its first-half profit increase more than fourfold, thanks to higher turnover and stronger comparisons with last year.
Xcel Brands debuts new inventory management model  (2015-09-02)
  Brand development company Xcel Brands has agreed a strategic partnership with Hudson's Bay and Lord & Taylor, which will allow the retailers to manage dynamic assortments of inventory in response to customer demands.
US groups collaborate on responsible cotton sourcing   (2015-09-02)
  The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) and the United States Fashion Industry Association (USFIA) are set to join forces to promote responsible cotton sourcing.