In this week’s news, the shortlist for LVMH Prize is announced, The Guardian discusses racial insensitivity in fashion industry after Burberry’s noose hoodie and WWD gives hope for physical retail, while Fashion United is debating how sustainable is vegan fashion.

The LVMH Prize Shortlist Is Revealed

20 young designers from 15 countries are vying to follow in the footsteps of Marine Serre and Marques’Almeida.

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Burberry’s Noose Hoodie Is Part Of a Shameful Fashion Tradition

The racist missteps of big brands are numerous. Until the industry is truly diverse, they are likely to continue.

Read more on The Guardian >

Do’s & Don’ts of Fashion Job Application

The fashion industry is very competitive and with the exposure it receives today, even more people want to work in the glamor industry.

Read more on Glam Observer >

Vegan vs Animal-Based Fashion: Which One Is More Sustainable?

Vegan fashion is in, but the boom is calling on more and more critics, who accuse animal rights activists of lacking sustainability, of all things.

Read more on Fashion United >

Gen Z Likes ‘Nice Things’ — And Physical Retail

According to a new study from LIM College, Gen Z and Millennials align in overall values but shopping preferences differ starkly.

Read more on WWD > 

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