1. Inside the Luxury Fashion Industry’s Big Sustainability Push: What was needed was “a reframing of the entire economic growth model and the relationship between company and society. We wanted to instill purpose into the company at every level. – Read More on Vogue

2. Amazon is planning to open its first fashion storefront: According to the company’s announcement, the store will focus on apparel, shoes and accessories selected by “fashion curators and feedback provided by millions of customers.” – Read More on CNBC

3. China objects to U.S. inclusion of Chinese e-commerce firms in ‘notorious markets’ list. China does not agree with the U.S. government’s decision to include some e-commerce sites in its “notorious markets” list, calling the action “irresponsible,” the Chinese ministry of commerce says. – Read More on Reuters

4. RELATED READ: Amazon Escapes “Notorious Markets” List, AliExpress, WeChat Added.  The Notorious Markets list highlights online and physical markets that “reportedly engage in or facilitate substantial trademark counterfeiting or copyright piracy,” and this year, identifies 42 online markets and 35 physical markets. – Read More on TFL

5. NFTs, Cryptocurrencies and Web3 Are Multilevel Marketing Schemes for a New Generation: “It’s a siren song as old as the promise of attaining financial freedom by selling herbal supplements, cosmetics or leggings from the comfort of your home, enhanced and refined by the ways in which modern communications systems can rapidly elevate ideas and movements from the fringe to the center of national and global conversation.” – Read More on the WSJ

6. Meta tells advertisers mixed reality could be a few years away: Technology that merges the virtual and physical worlds could start to become a reality for consumers in a few years, Facebook owner Meta has told advertising agencies, giving more details of its vision for the creation of the metaverse. – Read More on Reuters