Top 13 Fashion Marketing Campaigns 2024

Fashion Marketing Campaigns

2024 has just begun, and fashion brands are already releasing their fashion marketing campaigns for Spring/Summer. Experiencing the collaboration of creative minds on innovative concepts for these fashion marketing campaigns is truly exciting.

But before diving into the latest season of fashion marketing campaigns, let’s reflect on the whirlwind that was 2023 in the fashion world. As always, major fashion brands have showcased their top works through vibrant campaigns, and the ongoing year will be no exception.

Fashion marketing campaigns involve photo shoots designed for promotional purposes. The goal is to convey the campaign’s main idea and the overall mood of this collection. 

Featuring faces like Kate Moss and Kendall Jenner, showcase collections designed by top talents from luxury houses. Notable fashion marketing campaigns from 2023 include Jimin for Tiffany & Co’s “This Is Tiffany” and Paris Hilton for Marc Jacobs’ “Stam Bag.” 

Other highlights encompass collaborations like Versace x Anne Hathaway and Chris Lee, Maison Valentino x Florence Pugh, Tiffany & Co. starring Florence Pugh, Marc Jacobs’ “Heaven” Spring 2023 Campaign, Carolina Herrera’s Spring 2023 Campaign, and Maximilian Davis’ Renaissance x Ferragamo Winter 2023 campaign. 

PixelPhant, a professional photo editing service, unveils the list of the finest and premier brands’ fashion marketing campaigns of 2023 and some of the fashion trends that will rule the 2024 season.

Best 2023 Fashion Marketing Campaigns:

Versace x Anne Hathway and Chris Lee 

Versace x Anne Hathway and Chris Lee- Fashion Marketing Campaigns
Source: Versace

Anne Hathaway and Chris Lee take the spotlight in the Versace Icons collection. Beyond representing iconic fashion, the fashion marketing campaigns of this brand celebrates empowerment and individuality embodied by these remarkable women. 

Photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Pigott, the collection exudes unapologetic femininity. Anne Hathaway wears a soft black leather blazer, while Chris Lee sports the Medusa ’95 satin corset top, delivering a powerful message of independence, boldness, and confidence. 

Amongst these standout pieces, Denim pieces offer versatile jeans for various occasions, customized to flatter the waist in crisp-washed denim. 

The collection also features a perfect working tote bag and a top handle bag with harmonious curves, adorned with the House Greca signature in golden metal.

Maison Valentino x Florence Pugh

Maison Valentino x Florence Pugh- Fashion Marketing Campaigns
Source: Valentino

Out of many fashion marketing campaigns, Valentino introduces an interactive digital experience called “The Encyclopedia of Feelings.” Valentino featured Florence Pugh as Valentino Di.Va.

Captured by Steven Meisel and directed by Pierpaolo Piccioli, the actress brings the iconic Valentino Garavani Rockstud bag and stilettos to life. The campaign expresses various emotions, from shock and joy to crying and laughing. 

Styled by Joe McKenna in a six-image series, Pugh is seen without pants, donning long-sleeve bodysuits, an off-the-shoulder dress with bow details, and a printed co-ord. 

The Rockstud, with its sharp and shining appearance, symbolizes an aristo-punk attitude. This new campaign redefines codes with a modern appeal, creating a piece as daring and refined as Florence’s personality.

Tiffany & Co. x Florence Pugh

Tiffany & Co. x Florence Pugh- Fashion Marketing Campaigns
Source: Tiffany & Co.

Tiffany & Co. unveils fresh fashion marketing campaigns to introduce the expansion of the Tiffany Lock collection. This extended collection brings forth a variety of pendants, rings, earrings, and bracelets in different color options.

Nancy Ajram was the very first brand ambassador for Tiffany & Co. for the NYC jewelry house. The House features ambassadors ROSÉ from BLACKPINK and Jimin from BTS while welcoming Florence Pugh to the Tiffany legacy as the newly appointed Tiffany & Co. House Ambassador.

The Tiffany Lock symbolizes the strength found in love, showcasing each campaign star in the latest Lock designs. Every design serves as a potent symbol of enduring connections.

Heaven By Marc Jacobs Spring 2023 

Heaven By Marc Jacobs Spring 2023- Fashion Marketing Campaigns
Source: Heaven By Marc Jacobs

In February, Heaven by Marc Jacobs launched their spring fashion marketing campaigns of 2023. It featured a large group photo with figures ranging from Marc Jacobs to Michael Imperioli of White Lotus fame. With marketing success, Heaven by Marc Jacobs is at its peak.

It has even earned the nickname ‘the clout couch.’ The Spring 2023 campaign boasts a star-studded lineup, including Ice Spice, Lil Uzi Vert, Liv Tyler, Ethel Cain, Michèle Lamy, Yves Tumor, and M3gan. 

Despite not being an indie label, it is operated by Marc Jacobs International, a part of the LVMH conglomerate. Heaven’s clothing captures Y2K vibes with shredded sweaters, babydoll T-shirts, flared pants, and more. 

Balancing sub-cultural style while aiming for mass appeal is a delicate task for any brand, but Heaven has it successfully till now. 

Carolina Herrera’s Spring 2023

Carolina Herrera's Spring 2023- Fashion Marketing Campaigns
Source: Carolina Herrera

Actress Dove Cameron is featured in Carolina Herrera’s Spring 2023 campaign, photographed by Elizaveta Porodina. Out of all fashion marketing campaigns, this showcased a floral collection with sculptural dresses, vibrant prints, and colorful tulles. The Spring 2023 fashion show occurred during New York Fashion Week in September 2022. 

Titled “A Modern Muse in Motion,” the campaign captures the essence of the SS23 collection.

The collection draws inspiration from Wes Gordon’s favorite childhood book, “The Secret Garden” by Frances Hodgson Burnett. This literary influence served as the creative spark for the design. It played a significant role in catapulting her to stardom. 

The color palette for the collection is bold and lively, making a definite statement with fiery red, canary yellow, and classic black shades.

Loewe x Amna Al-Qubaisi

Loewe x  Amna Al-Qubaisi- Fashion Marketing Campaigns
Source: Loewe

Amna Al Qubaisi led the latest collaborative sneaker campaign of two significant brands. With a track record of breaking barriers in different fashion marketing campaigns, Amna represents the revolutionary spirit shared by Loewe and On, showing her achievements.

She made history as the first Emirati woman to qualify as an F3 driver and secured her place as the first Arab woman to win a Formula 4 race in 2019. 

Serving as a symbol for the essence of “Cloudtilt,” she embodies momentum and human motion. The latest collaboration emphasizes the brands’ dedication to “craft and technology.” 

The Cloudtilt prioritizes performance, fashion, and sustainability, with 99% recycled polyester and 100% recycled packaging. It marks the third partnership between the brands and introduces their first lifestyle sneaker.

Saint Laurent x Hailey Bieber, Kate Moss, Zoë Kravitz

Saint Laurent x Hailey Bieber, Kate Moss, Zoë Kravitz- Fashion Marketing Campaigns
Source: Saint Laurent

Saint Laurent has revealed their Fall/Winter 2023 fashion marketing campaigns. This campaign presents monochromatic portraits photographed by Gray Sorrenti and directed by creative head, Anthony Vaccarello.

It personifies historical elegance and timeless design codes. The black-and-white campaign focuses on blending the realms of fashion and film. The star-studded lineup includes Hailey Bieber, Kate Moss, Zoë Kravitz, Steve Lacy, Dominic Fike, and Mica Argañaraz. 

Following Vaccarello’s clean and minimal aesthetic, the campaign highlights stylish one-shoulder gowns, sleeveless tops with tied-back details, well-tailored trousers, form-fitting black dresses, and leather coats.

Chanel x Lily-Rose Depp

Chanel x Lily-Rose Depp- Fashion Marketing Campaigns
Source: Chanel

Lily-Rose Depp has become inseparable from Chanel, much like tweed jackets, pearl strings, and elegantly pinned camellias. She’s been a brand ambassador for Chanel and has been a part of many fashion marketing campaigns since 2015. 

Chanel’s latest campaign was the Première Édition Originale. The brand reintroduces the Première Originale watch in a campaign directed by Inez & Vinoodh. They mark the celebration of their 35th anniversary. 

The watch is designed to capture the essence of Chanel’s DNA with the brand’s history. Depp, embodying her iconic character, is featured in Gabrielle Chanel’s apartment at 31 Rue Cambon.

Louis Vuitton x Nicolas Ghesquière

Louis Vuitton x Nicolas Ghesquière- Fashion Marketing Campaigns
Source: Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton has reintroduced the GO-14 bag with the same approach of fashion marketing campaigns it had a decade ago. In September, the luxury brand unveiled its major handbag launch for 2023, paying tribute to creative director Nicolas Ghesquière. 

Available in four colors—white with black lining, dark toast, navy, sable, black, and satin black and pink. The bag had a futuristic feel, with hand-applied satin giving a sprayed padding effect that enhances its curves. The new jewel chain gives it the appearance of a gold necklace.

Originally presented on the runway in 2014, the GO-14 has been one of the ‘It bags’ for the upcoming FW23 season. 

Stella McCartney x Kendall Jenner

Stella McCartney x Kendall Jenner- Fashion Marketing Campaigns
Source: Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney revealed their FW 2023 fashion marketing campaigns in August. They launched the ‘Horse Power’ collection which was captured in the Camargue Salt Flats of France by photographer Harley Weir. The campaign features Kendall Jenner surrounded by a herd of white horses. 

The collection reflects Stell’s personal connections, family, art, and history, embracing the extraordinary power of these animals. 

Materials in the collection include vegan crocodile-effect Frayme and S-Wave bags made from apple waste with riding boots crafted from grape waste. Accessories also feature sustainable options like fungi mycelium and MIRUM®, a cruelty-free alternative to animal leather made from plants, not plastic.

With 92% conscious materials, the ready-to-wear collection marks the marketing strategy of Stella McCartney’s most responsible winter collection. An avid horse lover, she infused this passion into her eponymous label’s latest offerings.

Givenchy x Gigi Hadid

Givenchy x Gigi Hadid- Fashion Marketing Campaigns
Source: Givenchy

Givenchy’s SS 2023 has launched their fashion marketing campaigns with new modern approach. This collection blends urban comfort with Matthew M. Williams’ modern take on tailoring heritage, resulting in a stunning and lavish masterpiece. Heji Shin photographed Gigi Hadid, Selena Forrest, and Luna Passos for the ethereal global women’s campaign. 

The brand showcased the clash between American and French aesthetics. The marketing campaign captures the essence of this season, combining Parisian elegance with the ease of American sportswear.

The Voyou bag debuted on the Parisian runway for Fall-Winter 2023 and continued as a statement bag for Spring-Summer 2023. This luxury bag takes center stage in the versatile collection. It embodied the juxtaposition of Parisian elegance and the comfort of American sportswear crucial to this season’s mood.

Miu Miu x  Emma Corrin, Kendall Jenner, Ever Anderson

Miu Miu x  Emma Corrin, Kendall Jenner, Ever Anderson- Fashion Marketing Campaigns
Source: Miu Miu

Miu Miu explores self-expression and the urge to defy norms in their latest 2023 fashion marketing campaigns by posing, ‘What is the function of fashion?’ 

The campaign, photographed by Zoë Ghertner, tells a story. It features talents like Ever Anderson, Achol Ayor, Emma Corrin, Kendall Jenner, Esther McGregor, Quintessa Swindell, Karolin Wolter, and Lim Yoona.

United by their unique beauty and individual style, they courageously challenge conventions and emphasize the significance of fashion in various ways.

The collection’s imagery reflects Miu Miu’s well-known themes, playing with the proportions of tailored jackets, shorts, trousers, skirts, and shirts. This season from Prada promises freedom, spanning from serious to playful, fragile to powerful.

Ferragamo x Anok Yai, Vittoria Ceretti, Lina Zhang

Ferragamo x Anok Yai, Vittoria Ceretti, Lina Zhang- Fashion Marketing Campaigns
Source: Ferragoma

For Autumn-Winter 2023 fashion marketing campaigns, Ferragamo is unafraid to draw inspiration from as far back as the masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance. Maximilian Davis’ second collection for Ferragamo is titled “A New Renaissance.” The AW 2023 campaign pays homage to the artistry and beauty of Florence, a city with significant ties to Ferragamo’s heritage. 

The campaign strikes a balance between past and present. It featured renowned artworks from the 15th and 16th centuries in collaboration with the Uffizi Gallery. 

Tyler Mitchell captured the campaign, where Davis enlisted a group of creatives, including stars like Anok Yai, Vittoria Ceretti, Lina Zhang, Jessica Stam, and Mona Tougaard. Mitchell himself made a cameo in a couple of campaign images.

Fashion Trends You Need To Know for ‘24

The fashion marketing campaigns of top luxury brands are expanding into more areas, grabbing our attention for longer. Luxury is establishing itself as a cultural product, showcasing SS/FW fashion marketing campaigns that are more thoughtful and detailed than before.

In 2024, it’s time to define your aesthetic. Fashion is shifting towards a more playful, cosplay-like approach rather than just practicality, and that’s where the fun begins. 

Viewing every outfit as part of your character can make fashion less daunting for some and more thrilling for others. In this year, Who will be the Trendsetter: Runways or Social Media? 

Preppy Polos

Preppy Polos- 2024 Fashion Trend
Source: Vogue

Miu Miu is the most influential in shaping current fashion marketing campaigns trends. In the spring/summer 2024 collection, their central focus was on the classic preppy polo shirt. It’s like school is making a comeback for the batch of 2024. 

Preppy looks are usually simple, with a timeless collection including tunics, tailored skirts or trousers, button-down shirts or blouses, polos or Oxford shirts, navy blazers or suits, sweaters, and trench coats. 

The country club spirit continued in other places, with Dries Van Noten and DSquared2. It featured rugby shirts, and Chanel and The Row added flip-flops and spa towels as accessories to their looks.

In Milan, much focus was on Sabato de Sarno’s first collection for Gucci, emphasizing simple essentials. Gucci polo shirts feature delicate crochet knits with red and green striped accents on the collar and cuff. The matching micro-knitted shorts enhanced the overall Gossip Girl effect.


Sheer- 2024 Fashion Trend
Source: WWD

Versatility has solidified sheer as a favorite among fashion insiders. “The craftsmanship and styling have played a crucial role in making sheer a significant trend for Spring 2024”, said Astrid Boutrot.

Designers are approaching this trend in a more evolved manner. In the ’90s, sheer made a strong statement on the runway by brands like Calvin Klein, Prada, and Versace.

Looking ahead to Spring 2024, transparent fabrics remain a key material message, indicating that sheer is here to stay and will be visible for several seasons.

Micro Shorts

Micro Shorts- 2024 Fashion Trend
Source: Vogue

Consider it as Autumn’s no-pants season. Currently, “hotpants” refers to micro shorts styled for casual and fashion purposes, stitched from various fabrics.

Micro shorts made a strong presence on the Milan runways and in their fashion marketing campaigns, notably at the revamped Gucci show led by Sabato de Sarno. It also appeared in Paris at Chanel, Alexander McQueen, and Isabel Marant. 


All-White- 2024 Fashion Trend
Source: Vogue

Many Summer-Spring 2024 fashion marketing campaigns highlighted the theme of light, such as Missoni. They showcased numerous white and pastel sheer outfits. 

The noticeable lightness of the materials and overall attitude, combined with the chosen color palettes by the designers, played a significant role. Several designers went for all-white ensembles, ranging from clean and minimalistic to lively and playful.

Living the 90s

Living the 90s- 2024 Fashion Trend
Source: Vogue

This year will see the return of 90s aesthetics in many fashion marketing campaigns. With the world heading towards another economic downturn, vibrant colors and bold logos are becoming less popular. 

The trend aligns with the 25th anniversary of Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy’s untimely death, as recently highlighted by the New York Times. While revivals have occurred before, this time around, think of the growing popularity of ’90s-core.

It is getting attention from shows like Friends, Vampire Diaries, and The Gossip Girls. Leopard print, fuzzy accents, and a mix of minimalist meets vibrant elements to be highly fashionable.

Wrapping Up

2023 saw fashion marketing campaigns tackle diverse themes, celebrate individuality, and embrace new platforms. As fashion seasons shift and trends evolve, one constant remains: the ubiquitous presence of celebrity-fronted campaigns. 

In 2023, numerous renowned personalities have graced the fashion marketing campaigns of this industry. And they are all set to trend in 2024 as well. 

With the resurgence of 90s fashion in 2024, many brands have successfully integrated old trends with new ones. Quiet Luxury maintained its presence in the SS/AW 2024 collections, yet several designers embraced boldness. 

Ultimately, the “best” campaign is subjective. The year’s landscape proves that fashion marketing continues to evolve and push boundaries, leaving us excited to see what creative heights it reaches in 2024.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does a fashion campaign mean?

A fashion campaign is a promotional strategy to convey information about new products, services, and events. It aims to engage a specific audience through storytelling and accomplish marketing objectives. It may involve promoting a product, enhancing brand awareness, or increasing sales.

How to run a fashion marketing campaign successfully?

To run a successful campaign, consider the following key elements:
1. Start Writing Blogs Consistently
2. Personalize Customer Experience
3. Influencer Marketing
4. Put Engaging Social/Digital Ads
5. Initiate a Social Contest
6. Publish Newsletters for Brand Storytelling

What to keep when selecting a celebrity for a campaign?

When selecting a celebrity for a fashion campaign, factors include-
1. If the celebrity’s image and values align with the brand’s identity
2. Compatibility of the celebrity’s fan base with the target audience
3. Reflection of the brand values in the celebrity’s work, appearance, and public image
4. Whether the celebrity’s endorsement will enhance or harm the brand
5. If the celebrity represents the diversity of beauty and the overall customer base

Which is by far the most successful fashion ad campaign?

Juergen Teller photographed Victoria Beckham’s collaboration with Marc Jacobs in 2008. It made a lasting impact on the fashion industry. 

The innovative concept involved presenting her as a product alongside other products. Beckham showed her savvy business trick early on by successfully rebranding herself within the high fashion context.