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Is H&M’s Graffiti Scandal Apology Too Little Too Late? (Hypebeast)
“The fast-fashion giant has landed under fire for issuing a lawsuit against street artist Jason ‘REVOK’ Williams. The lawsuit was a response to a cease and desist letter sent by Williams requesting H&M remove an ad campaign featuring his street art.”

China Fur Capital Powers Ahead Even as the Likes of Versace Dump Fur (South China Morning Post)
“Haining in China is a powerhouse, producing 50 per cent of all the fur and leather products, both finished garments and raw materials, made in China. Its deputy general manager sees little reason to expect development to slow down in the near future.”

This New Site Could Be the Shopbop of Plus-Size (Racked)
“CoEdition will sell clothes, swimwear, shoes, and intimates from brands like Tahari, Rachel Roy, Stuart Weitzman, Cosabella and Cynthia Rowley. Its average price point is $150, and it features glossy photography and curated pages with editor’s picks.”

Fashion Industry Trade Groups Join Trump Tariff Opposition (The Business of Fashion)
“The US apparel and footwear industry joined the growing list of opponents in corporate America to the sweeping tariffs that President Donald Trump is expected to impose this week on goods imported from China.”

How Fashion and Beauty People Really Feel About Packaging Waste (Fashionista)
“In an age that’s seen eco-friendly brands becoming the preferred collaboration partners for famous cool teens and other labels suing the President over environmental conservation issues, are fashion and beauty people really just overlooking packaging waste?”


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