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

  • Consumer outlook tempered by uncertainty, concern of lingering pandemic (WWD)
  • How to survive the future of retail (BoF)
  • Can fashion survive a second wave of Covid-19? (Vogue Business)
  • Outland Denim uses COVID-19 to increase sustainability focus (TheIndustry.Fashion)
  • Primark launches new UK in-store recycling scheme (Fashion United)
  • Covid hasn’t dampened consumer appetite for sustainability (Sourcing Journal)
  • A close look at fashion supply chain is not pretty (NYT)
  • Inside Burberry’s trailblazing “social retail” store (TheIndustry.Fashion)
  • What luxury’s worst quarter ever reveals about the new normal (BoF)
  • Top customer service considerations for retailers in a post-COVID world (Retail Dive)
  • Five behavioral trends to take note of as high street re-opens (The Drum)
  • Will Chinese outlet malls for luxury in the post COVID-19 era? (Jing Daily)
  • DSW’s debut hashtag challenge on TikTok racks up 1.3b views (Retail Dive)
  • Achieving cultural credibility is a must for today’s young luxury consumers (WWD)
  • How virtual idols became real-life brand ambassadors in China (CCI)
  • This Chinese luxury brand’s first sneaker uses 4D technology (High Snobiety)
  • Hari Mari: luxury flip-flops with a philanthropic purpose (WWD)
  • Air and Grace launches its first ever vegan collection (Fashion United)
  • Moncler strengthens its digital strategy (Fashion United)
  • Former Lancome CEO launches fund for fashion and beauty start-ups (WWD)
  • Todd Snyder sees DTC as path to future growth (WWD)
  • Lowe’s innovation exec on why it was built for the COVID-era consumer (The Drum)
  • Inside Nike’s latest bet to understand its consumers (Vogue Business)
  • Meet the consumer class fueling China’s sneaker market (Jing Daily)
  • The internet doesn’t care for Fashion Week without influencers (HighSnobiety)
  • The Yards Covent Garden unveils art installation to welcome back consumers (TheIndustry.Fashion)