Top stories this week on just-style include a look at how 'see-now-buy-now' is disrupting the retail supply chain, the departure of Gap brand president and CEO Jeff Kirwan, four ways to ensure sustainable fashion is here to stay, and research into the daily lives of women garment workers.
The latest version of the American Apparel & Footwear Association's Restricted Substance List (RSL) covers 12 categories with more than 250 banned or restricted chemicals in apparel, footwear, and home textile products.
Apparel maker Gildan Activewear expects sales from American Apparel to reach US$100m in 2018 - less than two years after acquiring the brand - and says it has merged its Printwear and Branded Apparel businesses.
Chemicals manufacturer Huntsman Corporation has developed a new range of thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) materials designed to help footwear makers improve productivity when creating injection-moulded parts.
UK-based online fashion retailer Asos has partnered with the British High Commission to host an event in Mauritius today (22 February) to discuss ways of tackling modern slavery in the global supply chain.
House of Fraser's executive product and trading director, Maria Hollins, is to leave the business, just weeks after the company became the latest UK retailer to have had credit insurance withdrawn to some of its suppliers.