1. How sustainability in fashion went from the margins to the mainstream: "Sustainability used to be seen as a nice-to-have and a fringe trend, but now it's a core differentiator and a way consumers are really deciding between brands.” – Read More on AdAge
2. We have to fix fashion if we want to survive the climate crisis: The fashion industry churned out 100 billion pieces of clothing for 7 billion people in 2015. The problem is so bad, some brands are burning unsold inventory. The waste has got to stop. – Read More on Fast Co.
3. From couture to Cardi B: Why fashion rebel Thierry Mugler still grabs headlines. He may still lend clothes from his 7,000-item archive to select stars, but for years, Mugler, now 70, turned down retrospectives at major museums in London, Paris and New York. Three years ago, however, he agreed to open the archives, working with curator Thierry-Maxime Loriot and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts on a new exhibition. – Read More on CNN
4. In-N-Out Files Trademark Lawsuit Over Puma's New Drive-Thru Shoes: The chain restaurant claims that Puma used In-N-Out’s federally registered palm tree mark and design elements similar to the red and yellow In-N-Out logo. – Read More on NBC
5. Glossier Play Will Be First in a Series of Brand Offshoots: Five years after founding beauty brand Glossier, Glossier Play is the company’s first spinoff brand, and CEO and founder Emily Weiss’s first major effort in the color-cosmetic market, the selfie-friendly subset of beauty that has powered Kylie Jenner’s Kylie Cosmetics and Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty to turbocharged growth. – Read More on WSJ