Louis Vuitton led the Top 10 with a 10% month-over-month growth in EMV, closing March with $26.7M. The brand partnered with YouTube to invite comedic vlogger Emma Chamberlain (@_emmachamberlain on Instagram) to its Paris Fashion Week show, prompting effusive content from the influencer. Emma contributed a total of $1.2M EMV across six posts, including an extensive vlog documenting her PFW experience, which ranked as Louis Vuitton’s top March post. #PFW ranked among the brand’s top five hashtags for the month with $921.3k EMV.
Chanel received a similar boost from Paris Fashion Week, displacing Gucci as the No. 1 Luxury Fashion brand for the first time since July 2016. Chanel’s alpine-themed Fall 2019 show featured its last collection designed by former creative director Karl Lagerfeld; #PFW ($1.7M EMV) and #KarlLagerfeld ($1.7M) ranked as top hashtags, while the associated #ChanelInTheSnow garnered $1.4M. In addition, the brand generated buzz around its capsule collection with rapper and producer Pharrell Williams (@pharrell on Instagram), which debuted with a launch party in Seoul. #ChanelPharrell collected $743.9k EMV, while mentions of “Pharrell” drove $1.1M.
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