1. Sustainability: Lawmakers begin to catch up with fast fashion industry. Part of the machine operating the fast fashion business model is the constant dumping and destruction of goods, exacerbated by online sales and mail order returns. – Read More on IBA

2. Chanel tops second-hand luxury market as shoppers embrace resale trends. Based on data from Jan. to Sept. 2023, covering purchases, consignments, and completed sales in Korea, Chanel topped the list of the most popular luxury brand for resale this year, followed by Hermès, Rolex, Louis Vuitton, and Cartier. – Read More on Inside Retail

3. Sick of It All Sue Mobb Deep and Supreme for Trademark Infringement. The hardcore band accuses the streetwear brand and the rap group of copying its dragon logo for a capsule collection. – Read More on Pitchfork (and find the complaint here)

4. As Snap Seals Its AR Fate, Brands Dive Deeper Into Augmented Retail. Retailers are turning to augmented reality to craft consumer experiences that not only resonate and leave a lasting impression but also instill greater confidence in the brand, ultimately motivating consumers to make a purchase. – Read More on PYMNTS

5. Entrupy Becomes an Official TikTok Shop Authenticator. Entrupy is bringing its luxury authentication to social media, announcing its official partnership with TikTok as an official TikTok Shop authenticator in the U.S. – Read More on Yahoo

6. RELATED READ: As TikTok Prepares for U.S. E-Commerce, Could it Be Looking to Luxury Resale? A number of signs suggest that TikTok might make a fully-fledged luxury resale play as part of its impending stateside e-commerce push. – Read More on TFL