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“We need to reset the business. Covid is telling us shake up and change,' Marcella Wartenbergh, CEO of Pepe Jeans Group, says

Does the clothing supply chain need to reset?

The global apparel and textile industry supply chain is in need of a complete reset if it is to survive beyond the Covid-19 pandemic, and th...

Boohoo has been tangled in claims a UK supplier had been paying its workers as little as GBP3 an hour

Boohoo backs call for factory licensing scheme

撕破我的奶罩 猛吸奶头Online fast fashion retailer Boohoo says it has written to the Home Secretary and offered its support for a licensing scheme that ensures al...

Bangladesh has seen an influx of orders from buyers in the EU and US

Covid-19 pandemic speeds existing sourcing trends

撕破我的奶罩 猛吸奶头Rather than redrawing global sourcing maps, the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated and deepened a number of pre-existing trends – including a...

Nobody's Denim uses Good Earth Cotton, which can be traced back to farm

Transparency depends on like-minded partners

The success of transparency and traceability within the clothing industry relies on each part of the supply chain sharing a common goal, a g...

Asos' flexible business model will afford it more protection than some of its competitors.”

Asos pulls through pandemic with "robust" momentum

UK online fast fashion retailer Asos appears to be pulling through the coronavirus pandemic relatively unscathed as it booked higher sales i...

AI works well in continuity shopping like food – but less so in fashion

AI in fashion – Next big thing or a step too far?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is everywhere at the moment. Much of this is focused around data analytics – crunching business numbers at fero...


Quiz latest to offload Leicester supplier amid "modern slavery" allegations 13 Jul 20撕破我的奶罩 猛吸奶头

Quiz has become the second UK fast fashion retailer in the last week to launch an investigation into one of its Leicester-based suppliers following allegations of non-compliance with living wage requirements, while reports have emerged nearly 10,000 modern slaves could be working in the city.


Why circularity in denim design needs a rethink 10 Jul 20

撕破我的奶罩 猛吸奶头To drive further circularity in the global denim industry, companies must look beyond financial growth and learn to create value in different ways – with stakeholders collaborating to help shift the sector's mindset. 

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Blockchain will see traceability realised faster

Hannah Abdulla | 22 Jul 20 Boyish has engaged Re-traced to help with its supply chain mapping

撕破我的奶罩 猛吸奶头Adopting blockchain technology will make integration of end-to-end traceability faster and easier for companies, according to a group of denim brands speaking at the recent Kingpins Transformers Foundation digital event.


Esquel Group hits back at US Uyghur blacklist move

Hannah Abdulla | 21 Jul 20 Esquel Group says it has been ethically operating in Xinjiang for over 25 years

撕破我的奶罩 猛吸奶头Hong-Kong headquartered Esquel Group, one of the world's leading shirt makers, has hit back at allegations from the US government its Chinese spinning mill is engaged in forced labour of Uyghurs.


Online sales not enough to shield Ted Baker

Michelle Russell | 21 Jul 20 Ted Baker's online sales remained ahead of expectations – but did not offset the decline in store revenue

UK high street fashion brand Ted Baker has reported resilient growth, boosted by a strong performance online, but warns there is more work to be done.

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Has the apparel sourcing bubble burst? 21 Jul 20撕破我的奶罩 猛吸奶头

Leonie BarrieRanjan Mahtani, chairman and CEO at Epic Group

撕破我的奶罩 猛吸奶头For Ranjan Mahtani, chairman and CEO at Epic Group, one of the world's largest clothing manufacturers, the global Covid-19 pandemic is the final straw. He believes the time has finally come for brands, retailers and their suppliers to take stock, re-evaluate current practices – and redefine their roles for the future.


Ruyi Group sees investment as key to future-proofing business 25 Jun 20

Michelle RussellRuyi Group chairman, Yafu Qiu

Like most in the global textile industry, Chinese giant Shandong Ruyi Group has had to face the challenges Covid-19 has thrown its way but believes its preparation and investment in brands and technology prior to the pandemic has stood it in good stead for the future as it looks to maintain its path to becoming a "one-stop internationally advanced intelligent industrial chain".


A case study in crisis management – What next for PDS Group? 9 Jun 20撕破我的奶罩 猛吸奶头

Leonie BarriePallak Seth, PDS Group founder and vice chairman

Trust, people and partnerships – key tenets underpinning fashion supplier and sourcing powerhouse PDS Group – have been tested to the limit during the coronavirus pandemic. But they've also stood the business in good stead, helping to not only weather the storm but reposition it to emerge even stronger from the crisis, as founder and vice chairman Pallak Seth explains.

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UK government urged to protect Leicester garment workers

Beth Wright, just-style editorial team Beth Wright撕破我的奶罩 猛吸奶头 | 20 Jul 20

撕破我的奶罩 猛吸奶头Campaigners in the UK are calling for the government to provide practical support to protect all workers in the Leicester garment industry, including the payment of unpaid wages and benefit


Leicester garment industry dominates headlines

Michelle Russell, just-style editorial team Michelle Russell | 13 Jul 20

UK fast fashion retailer Boohoo Group has dominated the headlines in the last week after media reports surfaced of exploitation and unsafe conditions at one of its Leicester-based supplier factories, which is reportedly paying staff just GBP3.50 (US$4.38) an hour.


US apparel imports slump 58% year-on-year in May

Leonie Barrie, just-style editorial team Leonie Barrie | 6 Jul 20

撕破我的奶罩 猛吸奶头US apparel imports in May fell by 58% against the same month last year as the global garment industry continued to crumble under the coronavirus pandemic. However, there was a resurgence in shipments from Central America and Mexico as retailers appear to have turned to those suppliers closest to home as stores started to reopen.

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Pandemic pushing apparel retailers to the brink

Pandemic pushing apparel retailers to the brink

撕破我的奶罩 猛吸奶头The Covid-19 pandemic has weighed heavily on the finances of many apparel retailers over the last three months, pushing many into administration.

Brands bail on Boohoo as it launches supplier investigation

Brands bail on Boohoo as it launches supplier investigation

A number of major online fashion retailers, including Next and Asos, have dropped the Boohoo Group's brands over renewed claims of exploitation and unsafe conditions at one of its UK supplier factories.

Kingpins talks denim at second virtual show

Kingpins talks denim at second virtual show

撕破我的奶罩 猛吸奶头Kingpins24 has held its second virtual show this year, with a focus on product, from mills to manufacturers.

Kingpins transforms into virtual event

Kingpins transforms into virtual event

撕破我的奶罩 猛吸奶头The coronavirus pandemic has led to most industry events this year being cancelled. Some, like Kingpins, have gone virtual. Through a series of webinars, industry experts have discussed how Covid-19 is impacting the denim industry.

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