When it comes to the top celebrity footwear brands, there are so many you’ve probably heard of, but few people know about.
Now, a new study by fashion expert Michael Macey has found that there are some celebrity footwear companies you probably don’t know about, including:The study, published in The Fashion Journal, asked readers to pick out their favourite celebrity footwear brand from the list.
In a study conducted on behalf of the American Academy of Footwear and Accessories, a team of researchers interviewed 1,000 US consumers and found that the majority of consumers said that they either “worried about or loved” their favourite footwear brand.
The study found that a number of celebrities also appear in the survey, including Madonna, Jennifer Lopez, and singer Rihanna.
“People were asked about their favorite celebrity footwear in terms of style, look and quality,” the researchers said.
“The top 10 companies in terms for look were Nike, Under Armour, Reebok, Nike, Rees, and Reeboks.”
Other top 10 brands were: Calvin Klein, Under Armor, Vans, Calvin Klein and Rees.
“The researchers found that people who were fans of celebrity footwear were also much more likely to say they loved it than those who were not fans.”
For example, people who love celebrity footwear tend to be fans of the celebrity brand brands in general, but are more likely than those not to be aware of the brands they are following,” they said.
They also found that while many of the celebs that they polled preferred to wear their favourite brand with their clothing, some celebrities preferred to do so with their footwear.”
Among those who love their celebrity footwear, we found that many are not aware of other celebrity footwear,” they wrote.”
One example of this is the recent trend of celebrity shoes featuring celebrities wearing their own shoes, such as Katy Perry.
“The study also found celebrities who did not like celebrity footwear and the brand in question were less likely to wear them when they were at work, on holiday or during the daytime.”
While many people may enjoy the look of a celebrity brand, these celebrities may feel uncomfortable wearing the brand’s products in the workplace, when travelling, or during downtime,” they continued.”
Many people may not necessarily care about their appearance, but may be less inclined to wear the brand products if they are not in a social setting or when wearing the product in public.
“This research highlights the need for brands to work towards changing the way they work with celebrities, with some brands already working to improve the way celebrities interact with brands.”
It is not a coincidence that brands have recently begun to engage with celebrities in the same way that they engage with their customers,” the study concluded.”
A trend of working with celebrities is part of the reason why consumers have become more comfortable with the way brands work with them.