1. Weekend Briefing: From COP27, a dire warning for the fashion industry  Glossy
  2. Lily Cole: Carbon tax on clothes needed to cut ‘relentless’ waste in fashion industry  The Independent
  3. Fashion’s Shaky Climate Commitments  The Business of Fashion
  4. How Is Fashion Actually Measuring Up To Its Climate Goals?  British Vogue
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The U.N.’s annual climate conference took place in Egypt last week, presenting a dire case for the need to reduce emissions across the fashion industry and the world. Also: I take a look at how Adidas was able to keep the design rights to Yeezy sneakers and the likelihood that Estèe Lauder will complete its deal to buy Tom Ford.

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There have been numerous warnings sounded that sustainability could suffer as a result of strained resources and stretched finances.There have been numerous warnings sounded that sustainability could suffer as a result of strained resources and stretched finances.

Week in Review: Sustainability remains top of agenda for brands and consumers - Just Style

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