1. Why fabric fraud is so easy to hide: With complex, fragmented supply chains that sometimes rely on a literal paper trail, where each step in the chain might happen in a different country, it’s easy to see how mislabeling can happen. – Read More on BBC

2. Meta settles U.S. lawsuit over infinity-logo trademark: Meta has agreed to resolve a trademark lawsuit brought by blockchain nonprofit Dfinity Foundation over Meta’s infinity-symbol logo, according to a joint filing in San Francisco federal court. – Read More on Reuters

3. RELATED READ: Meta is still facing a separate trademark case over the Meta word mark, with a smaller (but older) company named Meta, accusing the Facebook and Instagram-owner of reverse confusion. – Read More on TFL

4. Millennials, Gen Z and Gen Alpha, luxury’s biggest consumers by 2030: The luxury market’s consumer base will reach 500 million by 2030, according to Bain. – Read More on SCMP

5. China’s luxury market shrank 10% in 2022: The luxury market grew 42% annually between 2019 and 2021 but its fortunes changed in 2022, after China doubled down on stamping out COVID-19 with city-wide lockdowns. – Read More on Reuters

6. Mickey Mouse Is About to Enter the Public Domain. Can Anyone Actually Make Money off Him? “They do have TM protection in connection with the early version of Mickey in connection of at least certain items of clothing and maybe other goods and services as well.” – Read More on the Observer