Global Fashion Influencer Marketing Market

Fashion Influencer Marketing Market Size, Share, Growth Analysis, By Influencer Type(Mega influencers, Macro influencers, Micro influencers, and Nano influencers), By Fashion Type(Beauty & Cosmetics, Apparel, Jewelry & Accessories), By Region - Industry Forecast 2024-2031

Report ID: SQMIG25W2006 | Region: Global | Published Date: February, 2024
Pages: 157 | Tables: 64 | Figures: 80

Fashion Influencer Marketing Market News

  • To have a successful launch of their new line of handbags, Dior collaborated with Kendall Jenner in April 2023. The famous fashion brand promoted the product line via Jenner's social media channel. The American influencer and model has a combined number of more than 300 million followers.
  • In order to launch and promote a new collection of clothing and accessories, Gucci partnered with Adwoa Aboah in January 2023. The collection was put on all of the social media channels of the British influencer. She holds a following of over 5 million combinedly.
  • Louis Vuitton launched a new marketing campaign for its Spring/Summer 2023 collection in March 2023. To do so they collaborated with British model and influencer Naomi Campbell. The influencer shot and promoted the collection all on her own, which labeled a unique authentic label on the collection.
  • To have a successful launch of their new sneaker collection, Nike collaborated with Charlie D'Amelio in February 2023. The famous American TikToker used her channel on the app to promote the product line. her TikTok account has accumulated over 130 million followers.
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Fashion Influencer Marketing Market size was valued at USD 3.7 billion in 2022 and is poised to grow from USD 5.03 billion in 2023 to USD 58.50 billion by 2031, growing at a CAGR of 35.9% in the forecast period (2024-2031).

A mixed blend of fashion agencies, influencers, and brands make up the fashion influencer marketing market’s competitive landscape, they are all striving to garner consumer attention and gain market share. Some renowned names in the industry include Chiara Ferragni, Kylie Jenner, and Huda Kattan. These ladies have transformed their online channels into a profitable fashion business. 'Twitter (USA)', 'Pinterest (USA)', 'Facebook (USA)', 'TikTok (China)', 'Instagram (USA)', 'Weibo (China)', 'YouTube (USA)', 'Snapchat (USA)', 'AspireIQ (USA)', 'Upfluence (France)', 'Launchmetrics (USA)', 'Intellifluence (USA)', 'Influencity (Spain)', 'LinkedIn (USA)', 'Traackr (USA)', 'Fourstarzz Media (Switzerland)', 'Influencive (USA)', 'Julius (USA)', 'IZEA Worldwide (USA)', 'BrandSnob (Canada)', 'NeoReach (USA)', 'Lefty (France)', 'WeChat (China)', 'Mavrck (USA)', 'Open Influence (USA)'

Consumers tend to trust the authentic content on influencer marketing platforms over traditional advertising. Consumers go with suggestions from influencers they follow. That’s because they believe the content to be relatable and genuine. Personal preferences and style dictate this development, and this trust can alter purchase behavior. Influencers who connect to their audience are favored by brands. This can lead to increased sales through credibility.

Video Content Dominance: There is a key market trend that is influencing the fashion influencer industry. Fashion influencer marketing is seeing a rise in video content. Platforms like YouTube and TikTok have gained popularity in recent times. Short videos, like stories, reels, and TikTok videos, enable showcasing of fashion products with a more unique style. Influencers can offer BTS clips of their fashion experiences and even offer engaging styling tutorials. Live streaming has also become popular. Influencers can interact and build a connection with potential customers in real-time. Fashion brands are targeting partnerships with influencers who have a wider following on video-based platforms. They have also resorted to heavy investments in video content production.

North America has led the fashion influencer marketing market. The Us has played a large part in this region’s supremacy. North America’s large fashion presence and population of influencers are responsible for this region’s market position. Additionally, its established digital ecosystem has also pushed market growth in North America. New York and Los Angeles are the fashion hubs of the world. They have a large population of fashion influencers, driving regional market growth. North American fashion brands and firms have been one of the first to integrate this market’s services in their marketing strategies. They realized the potential of its effectiveness in engaging with specific audiences. Its growth in the market has also been helped by its thriving e-commerce infrastructure and mass activity on social media platforms.

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Global Fashion Influencer Marketing Market

Report ID: SQMIG25W2006