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Must Read: Beauty's Resale Market Is Growing, Steph Korey Is Back at Away

Plus, Duro Olowu creates exhibit for Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art.

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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday. 

The resale market for makeup and beauty products is expected to grow in 2020
The popularity of resale is expanding beyond fashion in 2020, with sites like Glambot normalizing the sale and purchase of used makeup and beauty products and growing in popularity. Though some beauty enthusiasts were concerned about the hygienic aspect of using secondhand products, platforms like Glambot have prioritized cleaning and repackaging their stock in hopes of putting some customers at ease. {Vogue Business}

Away’s CEO Steph Korey is back at the company
After reports revealed a toxic company culture at Instagram’s favorite luggage company Away, Steph Korey apologized and stepped down from her position as CEO. However, just weeks later, she’s apparently back at the company she co-founded, sharing share her chief executive position with Stuart Haselden, who was recently recruited from Lululemon. {The New York Times

Duro Olowu exhibition arrives at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art
Nigerian-born British designer Duro Olowu has a new expansive exhibition at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art in which he fashions a portrait of the city. Titled “Seeing Chicago,” Olowu has curated a wide-ranging survey of more than 300 works culled from 13 institutions and 51 private lenders. His hope is that the show encourages the city to “hold a mirror up to itself—with pride as well as reflection.” {Vogue}

Two fashion cases are headed to the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court is expected to hear two cases relating to fashion brands. Romag Fasteners is suing the leather goods company Fossil for allegedly violating an agreement by using counterfeit fasteners. Meanwhile, Lucky Brand and Marcel Fashion Group Inc. are litigating trademarks — a longstanding dispute between the companies. {WWD}

Have a new brand? Here’s how to market it
For emerging brands that see an opportunity in the market to build something different, effective marketing is crucial for getting people to take notice. Attracting attention to a new product is already extremely difficult and as social media becomes more saturated with companies competing for the attention of potential customers, the marketing strategy requires creativity and ingenuity. {Business of Fashion}

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Source: Fashionista.com

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