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H&M talks online growth, sustainability and recovering from the pandemic

What the world’s second largest clothing firm is working on now.

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Subscription sock company stepping up against textile waste

Manrags is offering to pick up unwanted clothing, linen and shoes from consumers’ doorstep.

Jigsaw UK fashion brand

Jigsaw UK exits Australia as pressures on fashion firms mount

UK fashion firm closes local stores and website due to “severe impact” of virus.

Adidas and Allbirds team up to make lowest carbon footprint shoe yet

Brands will open the doors to each other’s suite of sustainable innovations to set a new industry standard.

What COVID-19 means for the people making your clothes

The crisis has demonstrated forcefully the importance for manufacturers and retailers to be agile with well trained workers and have access to the best technology and equipment.

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InStitchu expands into made-to-measure suits for women

Fashion brand delayed but not deterred in launching its first collection for women.

PPE: From healthcare crisis to fashion trend

We take a look at the evolving opportunity for brands to make and sell PPE in Australia.

City Chic Fountain Gate store

City Chic online growth carries through lockdown, stores to reopen

Online sales grew 57 per cent while City Chic’s 107 stores were shuttered.

Afterpay App sticker placed on a shopfront window at the Sunshine Plaza Mall.

Afterpay cements industry partnerships

Popular payments company teams up with Thread Together and the Australian Fashion Council.

Coronavirus has turned retail therapy into retail anxiety – keeping customers calm will be key to carrying on

If retailers and hospitality service providers want customers to return in greater numbers the goal will be to minimise the perceived risks of infection.