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Latest edition of Scoop boasts 250+ labels

Published
Feb 9, 2016

London-based tradeshow Scoop International showcased more than 250 brands at its latest edition on January 31- February 2.

The premium womenswear fashion show has been going since 2011 and focuses on creating an international design-led and London-based exhibition for niche designers. It takes place among the art pieces at the Saatchi Gallery in London's upmarket Chelsea area.


Photo: Scoop


Karen Radley, Founder & MD of Scoop, comments: "We are delighted with yet another Scoop which saw premium retailers visiting the show which included; Liberty of London, The Cross, Jules B, Harvey Nichols, Frank et Fils, Fenwick Stores, Arnotts, Anthropologie Europe, Yoox, Net-a-Porter, Flannels, Kabiri and Trilogy to name a few, all to view the industry's most exciting directional and contemporary womenswear, footwear, jewellery and lifestyle collections."

Ian Campbell-Smith, Founder, Palladio Showroom, said: "We've had an amazing start to the show and are already taking orders. We are always extremely pleased with the amount of orders we take at Scoop for our labels and it is a fantastic show. The buyers attending Scoop are lovely to meet and work with and there a great variety of stores attending. We have been exhibiting here since Scoop began 5 years ago and it is very important to us and our labels to continue exhibiting here for seasons to come. We are very loyal to Scoop."

Next up for Scoop is its new Scoop London's show, which first launched during London Fashion Week in September last year. Scoop London has more of a focus on fresh talent and directional design, and will host 160+ collections from both the UK and overseas for AW16. It takes place on February 21-23 at the Saatchi Gallery.

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