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Cos launches second-hand retail, retail’s pandemic imperative, Nike launches maternity line

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

  • Will American retail rise again? (BoF)
  • Struggling retailers brace for a muted holiday season (NYT)
  • Global fashion weeks adapt to post-coronavirus landscape (WWD)
  • Tommy Hilfiger commits to going circular. Will it work?  (Vogue Business)
  • French fashion players ask consumers for help with sustainability (WWD)
  • Cos launches second hand platform, Resell (Fashion United)
  • Timberland’s products will be fully circular by 2030 (Fast Company)
  • Retailers embrace outdoor-oriented events and features to boost pedestrian traffic (WWD)
  • Will travel retail rebound? Beauty says yes (Vogue Business)
  • How invisible technology and infrastructure overhauls will save retail (Digiday)
  • Retail’s pandemic imperative: reinventing the front end (Retail Dive)
  • Why poor service will destroy your luxury brand (Jing Daily)
  • Wholesale isn’t dead, it just needs to take risks, return to its roots (WWD)
  • What the future of TikTok means for retail (Retail Dive)
  • Retailers are turning to AI for in-store marketing (Modern Retail)
  • Instagram’s livestream shopping sees early beauty adopters (Glossy)
  • How to improve digital fashion shows (WWD)
  • Tommy Hilfiger taps into modest fashion market, with launch of first hijab (TheIndustry.Fashion)
  • Nike launches a maternity line (Fast Company)
  • UGG gets into apparel in a more serious way with launch of seasonal ready-to-wear collection (WWD)
  • Will Bloomingdale’s grab hold of the luxury products market? (Retail Wire)
  • Levi’s reshapes BTS strategy with group video and augmented reality (WWD)
  • PVH posts surprise profit as stay-at-home lifts casual clothing demand (Reuters)
  • Increasing prices during Covid-19? Chanel, Louis Vuitton show it works (Vogue Business)
  • Zalando expands its luxury offering (TheIndustry.Fashion)
  • Victoria’s Secret’s next move (WWD)
  • Shift in consumer behavior post-lockdown (Fashion United)
  • Domestic luxury shopping is here to stay in China – to the dismay of overseas retailers (Jing Daily)
  • How influencers are protecting themselves against misbehaving brands (BoF)

By Katherine Cheng

Katherine Cheng is the Innovation Editor at TheCurrentDaily and Head of Technology Strategy at Together Group, where she consults for clients including Farfetch, Cartier and H&M. Originally from Hong Kong, she is interested in how cultural, behavioral and technological shifts influence how consumers and brands interact with each other. Her primary focus is on leveraging emerging technologies and the global startup ecosystem to drive meaningful innovation across the retail landscape.