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Monday, March 25, 2019
PVH to take back control of Tommy Hilfiger in SE Asia  (2019-03-25)
  US apparel giant PVH Corporation is taking back more direct control of its Tommy Hilfiger business in Central and South East Asia ahead of plans to expand the brand in the region.
Jeanologia steps closer to eradicating textile industry discharge  (2019-03-25)
  Denim finishing technology specialist Jeanologia says it has launched a new technology with the potential to "completely eliminate" discharge in the textile industry.
US removes Uzbekistan cotton from child labour list  (2019-03-25)
  The US may be able to start sourcing cotton from Uzbekistan again following the Department of Labor's determination that the use of forced and child labour in the cotton harvest has been significantly reduced.
George at Asda to list second-tier supplier factories  (2019-03-25)
  George, the fashion and homewares arm of UK supermarket group Asda, is taking a number of steps to improve the ethical and environmental impact of its products - including using only polyester that is sourced from recycled materials by 2025, and publishing a list of its second tier apparel supplier factories.
Administration looming for Debenhams?  (2019-03-22)
  Struggling UK department store retailer Debenhams today (22 March) revealed it is seeking a cash injection of up to GBP200m (US$263m) from existing lenders - just minutes before Sports Direct International offered to buy its Danish business Magazin du Nord for GBP100m.
NCTO elects Glen Raven CEO as 2019 chairman  (2019-03-22)
  The National Council of Textile Organizations (NCTO) has elected Leib Oehmig, CEO of Glen Raven Inc, as its new chairman for 2019.
Tintex joins water-saving textile initiative  (2019-03-21)
  Portuguese textile manufacturer Tintex is partnering with non-profit organisation Drip by Drip to develop new textile solutions with the lowest possible water footprint.
Top stories this week on just-style...  (2019-03-21)
  Top stories on just-style this week were dominated by China, with a look at the impact of an environmental protection tax on the country's textile production, and an Op-Ed from Rick Helfenbein, president and CEO of the American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA), on the consequences of President Trump's "flawed" trade strategy. Meanwhile, the United Nations has officially launched the 'UN Alliance on Sustainable Fashion,' and a new tool is being developed to enable greater traceability in garment supply chains.
Next says no-deal Brexit could save it up to GBP15m  (2019-03-21)
  British fashion retailer Next Plc says it could save up to GBP15m in tariffs under a no-deal Brexit -  which it would pass on to shoppers via lower prices.
New guidance tackles forced labour in cotton sourcing  (2019-03-21)
  The Responsible Sourcing Network has published two new documents that help establish an industry-wide approach to identify and address forced labour in cotton sourcing.
Instagram rolls out another seamless shopping feature  (2019-03-21)
  Social media platform Instagram has taken yet another step towards "seamless" shopping, launching a new feature that will allow shoppers to buy products, including apparel, without leaving the app.
Nine West emerges from Chapter 11 as Premier Brands Group  (2019-03-21)
  Footwear and apparel firm Nine West Holdings Inc has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy and has been renamed Premier Brands Group Holdings LLC.
Next posts FY profit fall "exactly" as expected   (2019-03-21)
  British fashion retailer Next Plc saw its shares slip by almost 2% this morning (21 March) despite delivering profits "exactly in line" with its guidance and maintaining its forecast for the year ahead.
Ted Baker in 26% FY profit tumble  (2019-03-21)
  UK lifestyle brand Ted Baker has sounded an optimistic note despite posting a 26.1% drop in pre-tax profit for the year.
Levi Strauss raises more than US$623m in IPO  (2019-03-21)
  Denim giant Levi Strauss & Co has raised more than US$623m in its initial public offering (IPO) yesterday (20 March) after selling 36.7m shares priced at $17.

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