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Metrics details. In this highly competitive market, fashion brands struggle to distinguish themselves to increasingly apathetic consumers. This study illustrates why emotional branding is essential, especially to fashion brands, when developing brand strategies in a volatile marketplace. We propose a model for emotional branding strategies that focuses on sensory branding, storytelling, cause branding, and empowerment. The case studies we provide for each strategy describe how fashion brands can engage customers through emotional branding. In an ever-changing and highly competitive market, fashion brands struggle to distinguish themselves to increasingly apathetic consumers Clark As press and department stores no longer dictate fashion sales, e-commerce has democratized fashion industry competition.
It is well known that purchase of luxury fashion brands is strongly influenced by social needs such as the need for uniqueness and the need of conformity. The existence of these two competing social needs separates customers into two groups who exhibit different buying behaviors. This paper concerns the impacts of such social influences between different consumer groups on pricing and advertising strategies of luxury fashion brands with penalty of insufficient advertising. Important insights on strategic advertising for luxury fashion brands are discussed. With the spectacular growth of consumption in its market, luxury fashion has become an area of growing interest to practitioners as well as academicians. Due to its high-price positioning, luxury fashion was used to be out of reach of mass consumption; however, luxury fashion brands are now developing strategies to manage broader diversity of consumer preferences for increasing profits.
Driven by the competitive environment in fashion business, marketers have realized that creating a favorable brand image is a key to win larger market share in its market niche. An understanding of brand image can provide better foundation for developing a more effective marketing program. However, the brand image literature in consumer marketing can be characterized as fragmented. Even the definitions of brand image lack consensus. This paper critically reviews the meaning of brand image and its related concept, brand personality, and discusses marketing implication for fashion marketers. Lee, T.
Request PDF | Fashion Branding and Consumer Behaviors: Scientific Models In the long run, both the fashion brands and consumers will be much benefited. A few future research areas for scientific studies are identified and of fast fashion co-brands on consumer-purchasing behavior and provides.
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Consumer behaviour is the study of individuals, groups, or organizations and all the activities associated with the purchase , use and disposal of goods and services , and how the consumer 's emotions, attitudes and preferences affect buying behaviour. Consumer behaviour emerged in the s as a distinct sub-discipline of marketing , but has become an interdisciplinary social science that blends elements from psychology , sociology , social anthropology , anthropology , ethnography , marketing and economics especially behavioural economics. The study of consumer behaviour formally investigates individual qualities such as demographics , personality lifestyles, and behavioural variables such as usage rates, usage occasion, loyalty , brand advocacy , and willingness to provide referrals , in an attempt to understand people's wants and consumption patterns. Also investigated are the influences on the consumer, from social groups such as family, friends, sports, and reference groups, to society in general brand-influencers , opinion leaders. Research has shown that consumer behaviour is difficult to predict, even for experts in the field; however, new research methods, such as ethnography , consumer neuroscience , and machine learning  are shedding new light on how consumers make decisions.
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