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eCommerce Will Account for 36% of Global Fashion Retail Sales by 2022

Forrester IT

Fashion is the second largest retail category after grocery. A quarter of clothing, accessories, and footwear (fashion) spending already occurs online and is still rapidly growing. In our recently published Online Fashion Retail […]. In our recently published Online Fashion Retail […].

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Ciara and Russell Wilson’s fashion house will raise up to $50M as revenue grows


The news: The House of LR&C , a Seattle-based fashion house co-founded by music superstar Ciara and Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, plans to raise up to $50 million this year as part of a Series A investment round. Sustainability and giving back are core tenets of the fashion house, which gives 3% of profits back to charity.

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Fashionable Wearable Charger for your Smartphone


This Fashionable Bracelet Doubles Up As A Portable Charger For Your Smartphone [Video] ( QBracelet wearable battery taps into fashion ( Q Design introduces QBracelet, a fashion accessory that charges your mobile devices ( Read more here on The Verge. Related articles.

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Forever 21 lets players customize virtual fashion stores in Roblox

Venture Beast

Forever 21 will let players operate their own custom virtual fashion stores inside Roblox, the metaverse platform with 49 million players. Read More.

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Photos: Russell Wilson and Ciara take it to the ‘House’ and toast their first fashion store in Seattle


Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and music superstar Ciara took it to the “House” on Tuesday night — The House of LR&C , actually — as they partied to celebrate the opening of their first fashion store. ” Russell Wilson and Ciara pose in front of their new fashion store. The party scene in the store.

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The Fast Fashion Industry Could Drown Itself


Fast fashion is a growing source of carbon emissions. But those emissions could well be its undoing; carbon pollution is worsening climate change, including impacts in the heart of fast fashion garment hubs around the world. Read more.

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The Fashion Industry May Finally Face Accountability for Its Huge Toxic Footprint


A bill before the New York State Assembly could finally impose some standards on an incredibly polluting but little-regulated industry: fashion. The proposed law, known as the Fashion Sustainability and Social Accountability Act , would make New York the first state in the U.S. to have any sort of environmental… Read more.

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