1. It’s Time For Fashion to Talk More About Regenerative Agriculture: “Transparency for the apparel industry is hard because a lot of information can be proprietary. Some companies are really trying, putting up their factory list [where they produce their garments]. That also means their competitors know where to make the really good stuff.” – Read More on Modern Farmer

2. Digging Deep into E-Commerce with Pinterest: Pinterest plans to dig even deeper into the space with new product rollouts and tools to better identify trends and ads to monetize idea pins. – Read More on AdWeek

3. Clothing subscriptions like Stitch Fix were once hot – but now might be the victims of “box fatigue.” Stitch Fix’s struggles to turn a profit during the Covid-19 pandemic underscore how difficult it can be to run a subscription-based business, especially when consumers’ tastes are a moving target. – Read More on CNBC

4. Amazon treads carefully with M&A strategy amid growth, regulatory pressures: “They’re able to do acquisitions in areas where they can claim small market share,” said Loup Ventures managing partner Gene Munster. – Read More on S&P Global

5. For a Luxury Fashion Bargain, Buy Secondhand With RealReal: Since its IPO in 2019, The RealReal’s stock is down around 90%. The business is expensive to run and has never made a profit. – Read More on the WSJ