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

  • Where are people shopping again? (BoF)
  • Wounded by pandemic, online luxury faces long road to recovery (WWD)
  • Canada Goose launches Humanature sustainable initiative (Fashion United)
  • H&M’s green machine: a recycling solution? (Vogue Business)
  • Chasing the holy grail of circular fashion (BoF)
  • Supreme, Allbirds, Everland among Remake’s sustainability offenders (WWD)
  • What to know about virtual stores (Vogue Business)
  • The not-so-darling side of DTC brands (Retail Dive)
  • Ted Baker launches virtual shopping option in US stores (WWD)
  • Peace Out skincare looks to SMS marketing to drive holiday sales (Glossy)
  • How beauty stores have changed during the pandemic (BoF)
  • Ebay holds first drive-thru luxury authentication in L.A. (WWD)
  • Facebook debuts shoppable livestream with Anne Klein (Retail Dive)
  • Why social media advertising is still necessary (BoF)
  • In a digital world, first impressions can make or break a luxury brand (Jing Daily)
  • The power of Youtube in the era of COVID-19 (Retail Dive)
  • Ralph Lauren going virtual for the holidays (WWD)
  • H&M’s latest Conscious Exclusive collection made from waste (Fashion United)
  • Canada Goose to introduce sustainable parka in January (WWD)


  • Target continue to grow, in-store and online, even as COVID-19 cases surge (WWD)
  • Zalando expects faster growth in 2021 (Reuters)
  • Leading luxury brands are more dominant than ever (Vogue Business)
  • Alibaba Group’s sophisticated game of monopoly (Jing Daily)
  • Richemont needs a transformational move (BoF)
  • Thom Browne expanding retail footprint significantly (WWD)
  • Angelica Cheung left Vogue China, what’s next for Chinese media? (BoF)
  • Seizing fashion’s homeware opportunity (BoF)
  • As Instagram becomes a shopping mall, Twitter becomes Instagram (High Snobiety)