Scoop

31 Jan — 2 Feb 2016 at Saatchi Gallery in London, United Kingdom

Fay & Solas
Fay & Solas
6 JAN 2016

Scoop is a premium womenswear and accessories tradeshow held at the iconic Saatchi Gallery, London. Our exhibitors are leaders in the industry – directional, talented, successful and unique.

Scoop was launched in February 2011 by fashion industry expert Karen Radley. With an impressive line-up of premium collections, Scoop is based around creating an international design-led and London-based exhibition for niche designers; one where labels do not have to battle one another for attention and where the diverse brand offering guarantees visitors something they have not seen elsewhere.

Always ahead of the game this season sees Scoop once more select brands that combine commercial nous with quality and style. Homegrown talent includes handbag designer Florian, shoe designer Rose Rankin and womenswear designer Dom Goor, all based here in London. Also championing womenswear are Brittany-based label Armor Lux and New York label Love Binetti, as well as fellow New Yorkers, cashmere specialists Duffy.

Today, Scoop has become a key destination for showcasing over 250 international contemporary designers. Designers making their Scoop debut this season include Humanoid, Three Dots, Quiet Clothing, Dom Goor, Cluse watches and many more…

Today’s new faces are destined to be tomorrow’s hot players according to Scoop’s hit list and this season’s international contenders will not disappoint! Scoop is proud to present womenswear label Fay & Solas from Scotland, knitwear label L2 from England, organic t-shirt brand Ultra Tee from the UK, Dutch label Humanoid, leather brand, Oakwood from France, women’ s shoe brand Voltan 1898 from Italy, Cluse Watches from The Netherlands and S'well Bottles from the US.

Autumn/Winter 2016 promises to be one glorious season if what we have previewed is anything to go by. This season we are showcasing outstanding womenswear from US-based label Three Dots, Danish designers Kristensen du Nord and Gestuz and British brand Primrose Park. Scottish knitwear label Peter Scott will be giving us an exclusive with their 1878 luxury collection and outerwear specialists Camilla Morch, from Sweden, and Ilse Jacobsen, from Denmark, will beexhibiting their stylish new collections.

Homegrown talent includes handbag designer Florian, shoe designer Rose Rankin and womenswear designer Dom Goor, all based here in London. Also championing womenswear are Brittany-based label Armor Lux and New York label Love Binetti, as well as fellow New Yorkers, cashmere specialists Duffy.