A round-up of everything you might have missed in relevant fashion, retail and tech industry news over the past week.

  • Rihanna and LVMH confirm fashion label [BoF]
  • Businesses should declare their own climate emergency. Here’s how [Wired]
  • How streetwear is driving innovation in hardware [Hypebeast]         
  • Inside the world of liquidated Amazon merchandise [Forbes]    
  • Start-ups hoping to fight climate change struggle as other tech firms cash in [NYT]
  • Why the new Harrods charity shop is an ode to sustainable fashion [Euronews]
  • Going zero waste is a lot of work. Most of it is falling to women. [Vox]
  • Nordstrom’s NYC flagship merges open space with hidden tech [Vogue Business]
  • Farfetch signals growing ambitions in resale [BoF]
  • Crocs opens interactive concept store in London [Fashion United]
  • Net-a-porter Rethinks Content and Video, Shrinks Porter Magazine [WWD]
  • Instagram launches its own e-commerce account [Fashion United]
  • Sneakers, small accessories and Off-White rule as latest Lyst Index is released [Fashion Network]
  • Kylie Jenner announces skin-care brand on Instagram [WWD]
  • H&M links with Netflix for Stranger Things collection [Fashion Network]
  • Kering’s shopping list should include these brands [BoF]
  • Handbag industry nervously awaits Trump’s tariff decision [WWD]
  • New York’s Fashion Week scaled back to five days [Fashion United]
  • London designer Sophie Hulme to close business, citing health reasons [WWD]
  • The clothing rental market’s broadening appeal [BoF]
  • Nike told me to dream crazy, until I wanted a baby [NYT]

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