By  on October 20, 2017

If any further proof were needed of the growing power of superinfluencers — or just plain influencers — in the retail and fashion worlds, all one has to do is look at the numbers at Revolve: Up to 70 percent of the site’s revenues are driven by influencers.

Which means that the e-commerce site — said to be on track to surpass $1 billion in sales this year — can thank a loyal network of global content creators for fueling a staggering $650 million to $700 million of its revenues by year’s end. Sales “driven by influencers” either come from an influencer’s direct link to purchase or a Revolve activation where influencers were present, explained Michael Mente, cofounder and cochief executive officer of Revolve.

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