Scoop International fuses fashion and art and has firmly established itself within the international fashion calendar. With over 400 UK and International premium, contemporary & directional labels, Scoop International offers buyers and press exclusive access to designers not seen at any other UK show.
Karen Radley, Managing Director of Scoop International comments, “we tend to show in mid-February, however the positive implication of bringing the dates forward is that fashion designers selling earlier in the season look likely to have an advantage over those going with later dates, with many buyers looking to commit their budgets as early as possible".
Newcomers to Scoop International this year include British label 88 and Half with their collection of luxurious sheepskin outerwear and fur specialists The Soho Furrier. Danish label Naledi source lavish, sustainable materials for use in their latest line of accessories whilst ethical knitwear label Quinton Chadwick uses only British materials to create their signature distinctive, quirky knits.
Candice Cooper launches a clothes and accessories line to accompany their hand-crafted leather shoe wear, complimenting the simple and understated
Print techniques are perfected at Age of Reason who adds a playful, punk twist to scarves and hats, and dynamic Copenhagen label Kudibal with their punchy geometric shapes on silk scarves.
Eclectic accessories label Bellapacella channels her love for vintage into beautiful hand-crafted jewellery and hats, juxtaposing the contemporary, minimalistic label Zoë Carol and innovative jewellers Les Cerises de Mars.
Karen Radley adds, “we want to make visitors' experience to Scoop a seamless and enjoyable experience. Scoop’s DNA is where fashion meets art and as with previous editions, all fashion collections are curated around pieces of original artworks.
In January, the Saatchi Gallery will be exhibiting the new “Body Language” exhibition exploring the physicalities of being human through painting, sculpture, photography and other vibrant works. Phillips will be announcing shortly “Scoop Picks” - artworks selected by Scoop to adorn and compliment labels exhibiting at the show. With additional transportation in between each venue, Scoop is looking forward to a vibrant seventh edition”
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