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Global Fashion Influencer Marketing Market (2020 to 2026) – by Fashion Type, Influencer Type and Region


The “Global Fashion Influencer Marketing Market By Fashion Type (Beauty & Cosmetics, Jewelry & Accessories and Apparel), By Influencer Type (Nanoinfluencers, Microinfluencers, Macroinfluencers, and Megainfluencers), By Region, Industry Analysis and Forecast, 2020 – 2026” report has been added to’s offering.

The Global Fashion Influencer Marketing Market size is expected to reach $9.2 billion by 2026, rising at a market growth of 38.5% CAGR during the forecast period.

Influencer marketing is a kind of social media marketing that utilizes endorsements and product mentions from influencers, who have a huge dedicated social following and are considered experts

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Canadian judge denies bail to fashion designer, UND alum Peter Nygard in U.S. extradition case

WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Feb. 5 (Reuters) — Canadian fashion designer Peter Nygard was denied bail on Friday in a Winnipeg, Manitoba courtroom, after spending nearly two months in jail on a U.S. extradition request.

Canadian police arrested Nygard in Winnipeg on Dec. 14 at the request of U.S. justice officials under the countries’ extradition treaty.

Nygard faces nine counts of sex trafficking and racketeering in the United States. Nygard, who appeared in court by video, has denied all the allegations.

Justice Shawn Greenberg said she was concerned Nygard, 79, could tamper with witnesses if released.

His lawyers had argued that Nygard’s

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The Messed Up Truth Of Fashion Mogul Peter Nygard

The Canadian-raised designer was born in Finland in 1941. His parents immigrated to Canada when Nygård was a young boy. He got his start in fashion working as a retail manager and bought into that company before eventually buying and renaming it. He quickly rose in the Canadian fashion world, and through the years continued to expand his business. By 2009 he was ranked one of the richest Canadians, with a net worth estimated at $900 million, via Celebrity Net Worth.

He’s now accused of using his wealth and fashion companies to lure women. By hosting extravagant parties at

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Fashion counts costs of Brexit arrangements

Uncommonly exposed to red tape and restrictions across the English Channel, the UK’s £35 billion fashion and textile industry is feeling the effects of its situation.

What it means

Despite no tariffs, operational costs to businesses have increased. The short-term problems are delivery delays and higher costs of returns – at a time when customers are using e-commerce more and returning more. In the longer-term, a lack of provision for creative workers and travel in the industry will diminish its competitiveness.

At large, the industry has published an open letter to the government, in which it criticises the done

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Pitt students share fashion, college experiences and celebrity encounters on TikTok

With so many apps to pick from and so much content to then peruse, there are seemingly limitless choices for how to spend our time on our phones. But TikTok, the video social networking app, is the app of choice for millennials and Gen Z alike.

People spend hours on it, and Pitt students are no exception. In fact, many students have taken advantage of it and made themselves TikTok creators, with videos varying from college oriented-topics to viral dances. 

TikTok accounts come in all shapes and sizes, each with their own audience for a specific kind of content.

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‘I understand completely why you are a fashion icon’

Former President Obama is weighing in on Michelle Obama’s inauguration outfit, saying he told his wife he understands “why you are a fashion icon.”

a group of people standing next to a man wearing a suit and tie: Barack Obama to Michelle: 'I understand completely why you are a fashion icon'

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Barack Obama to Michelle: ‘I understand completely why you are a fashion icon’

The ex-commander in chief gave his first public take on his significant other’s much-buzzed-about inaugural wardrobe when he surprised a virtual meeting hosted by the Black-owned independent bookstore Mahogany Books and the Very Smart Brothas Book Club.

“They had scheduled somebody else but they couldn’t make it, so I had to fill in,” Obama quipped as he made an unannounced

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