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50+ new designer collections showcase at Scoop
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Feb '14
Introduces new exhibitors and experiences an increase in visitor numbers, buyers and leading department stores.
 
Less than three years on from its 2011 launch with 50 labels, the visionary Scoop International fashion show unique cross-pollination of fashion and art has firmly established itself on the international fashion calendar, making it, arguably, the freshest European show for contemporary, emerging and established labels. 
 
The dynamic and creative fashion industry event revealed over 400+ UK and International premium, directional and contemporary labels at its seventh edition for Autumn/Winter 14 at the iconic Saatchi Gallery and Phillips between 19-21st January 2014, including 50+ new designer collections shown for the first time.
 
Premium retailers visited the show included; Harrods, Matches, Browns, Fenwick Stores, Fortnum & Mason, House of Fraser, Galleries Lafayette, Selfridges, Heals, Conran Shop, Feathers, Donna Ida, Anthropologie, Harvey Nichols, Feathers, Pamela Shiffer, and The Dressing Room to view the industry best directional and contemporary womenswear, footwear, jewellery and lifestyle collections.
 
Karen Radley, Founder and Managing Director of Scoop International says, the seventh edition of Scoop International has been the busiest yet, with an increase of visitor numbers up by 10% on Scooplast edition in July including buyer attendance from department stores (UK and International), multi-brand and independent boutiques.  
 
The next edition of Scoop will be again at both iconic London venues on the 13-15 July 2014 showcasing Spring/Summer 2015.
 
Visitors to the show were assisted via Scoop branded London black taxis and people carriers ferrying visitors seamlessly between both venues and informative and helpful Scoop staff helped buyers to navigate in between the two iconic London venues.
 
Anna Park, owner of boutique Anna in Primrose Hill, London comments, The collections at Scoop International continue to get more interesting at every edition and it enables me to not only find new exciting brands but also to place orders with existing suppliers within two lovely venues.
 
Michelle Taylor owner of Abiti Boutique in Leicester says, This is my fifth visit to Scoop International, the show stands out to me from other UK womenswear trade shows, as it showcases high quality niche brands, set in beautiful surroundings which are light and airy, I will be back in July!
 
Clorinda Di Tommaso, UK Manager at Intertrade (UK) Limited, comments, "At this season's Scoop International we had such a successful show. We adorned various areas of both the Phillips and Saatchi gallery with installations that were scent inspired reflecting the identities of our perfume collections. 
 
Scoop International aligns its vision within an art environment and with Karen Radley's vision is the perfect fit for our strongly creative portfolio of Art Perfume brands. We highly recommend the show."
 

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