1. Can fashion go green if sales keep rising? Textiles have not been regulated in detail, said Mortensen from the European Environment Agency. “Most textiles are produced outside Europe, which means the majority of the impacts happen outside Europe.” – Read More on DW

2. TikTok wins US trademark trial over Stitch video feature: The jury rejected Stitch Editing’s argument that TikTok confuses consumers by using the Stitch name to brand the popular social-media platform’s technology for “stitching” videos together. – Read More on Reuters

3. The e-commerce industry braces for impact after Silicon Valley Bank’s demise: Given that e-commerce startups have historically raised lower amounts of venture capital funding than, say, SaaS startups, many of them are less reliant on SVB than other types of tech companies. – Read More on Modern Retail

4. Buy-now, pay-later platforms turn to interest-bearing lending via bank partners: Buy-now, pay-later platforms are growing their appetite to offer interest-bearing loans, a traditional consumer credit segment they had competed against. – Read More on S&P Global

5. Jewelry Fans Recognize Their Favorites: To a wide range of consumers, certain motifs are as emblematic of those large luxury brands as a blatant logo. Many lesser-known jewelry lines also have similarly recognizable details — a particular recurring shape or style of enameling — that are easy to spot, even if only by a considerably smaller group of fashion-aware cognoscenti. – Read More on the New York Times

6. Generative AI: Unlocking the future of fashion. Within product innovation, marketing, and sales and customer experience in particular, the technology can have significant outcomes and may be more feasible to implement in the short term compared with other areas in the fashion value chain. – Read More on McKinsey