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1. Why zoomer green is the new millennial pink: In fashion, the green does have a name already. This is Bottega green – some call it Zoomer green to reference the generation who wear it. It’s the green that is everywhere. – Read More on the Guardian

2. RELATED READ: Bottega Veneta Green May Be the Brand’s Biggest New Asset. “The fact that the Bottega green color is not a shade one encounters on these particular items every day, combined with how often that color-product-source cluster is repeated, tends to make me think more than a few people are already making [a] cognitive connection” between the color and the brand.” – Read More on TFL

3. Luxury brands study personas as they try to stay relevant: Luxury buyers are getting younger, not only in Korea but globally.  The proportion of luxury consumers born in the late 1990s and 2000s, otherwise known as Gen Z, doubled last year and came in at 17 percent, up 9 percentage points from 2019. – Read More on JoongAng

4. The Role of Regulation in Ensuring Circular Fashion: A new study published in Sustainability has investigated the potential role regulation will play in moving the fashion industry toward a circular economy model which will solve its problems with sustainability whilst making it a fairer industry for all who work in it. – Read More on AZO

5. Carousell, L Catterton Said in $1.5 Billion SPAC Deal Talks: Carousell Pte, a Singapore-based online classifieds marketplace operator, is in talks to go public through a merger with LVMH-affiliated blank-check company L Catterton Asia Acquisition Corp. – Read More on Bloomberg