1. Gucci, Burberry Join Booming Secondhand Luxury Trade: Preowned luxury is growing in popularity, especially among young consumers, partly because in many cases it offers a chance to buy products that cost less than firsthand equivalents. – Read More on the WSJ

2. The Wrath of Kanye Threatens Sneaker Maker Adidas: Adidas AG faces a problem. Its decade-long deal with Kanye West and his Yeezy fashion label is being unwound by the musician, who is also ditching his partnership with Gap.” – Read More on Bloomberg

3. Designing an Inclusive Metaverse: Companies planning to participate in the metaverse have an opportunity to remedy some of the mistakes of Web 2.0 and a responsibility to shape an inclusive space where everyone feels represented and that they belong. – Read More on HBR

4. Fiat Chrysler gets new chance in Jeep trademark case: Fiat Chrysler received a second chance to permanently block U.S. sales of redesigned Roxor off-road vehicles made by Indian carmaker Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd, which is fighting claims that it copied the Jeep design. – Read More on Reuters

5. Could Telfar’s policy of accessibility spell doom for its popular bags? There are plenty of other Telfar products that are still exclusive. The Rainbow drop only offers the shopping bag in all sizes and colors, but no other items or bags will be available. – Read More on the Guardian

6. Beating Inflation Is Easy Online—Except for Sellers: Digital retailers initially used low prices to lure shoppers from bricks-and-mortar competitors with great success. Now there is intense competition among online players themselves to offer bargains. – Read More on the WSJ