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Feb 13, 2015
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Scoop International sees increase in footfall, abundance of new labels

Published
Feb 13, 2015

Scoop International, the British tradeshow that recently announced that it is also expanding into a second show, Scoop London, reported a "significant increase" in footfall for its February show.

The show also saw an increase in buyers from premium retailers, including Selfridges, Browns, Liberty, Harrods, Brown Thomas, Harvey Nichols, Galeries Lafayette, Franck et Fils, Fenwick Stores, Anthropologie and many more, Scoop said.

A look from the indi & cold catalogue, one of the new brands at Scoop this yearPhoto: indi & cold


Among the new brands that chose to show at Scoop were Warm-Me, Mercanita, J Lindeberg, Agnelle, indi & cold, Sam & Lavi, Paul & Joe Sister, Tada & Toy, Lovesmith, Bobbl, SCHIESSER, and Wood Wood.

Sue Shields, buyer for Harrods, comments: "Scoop was very strong with a healthy mixture of ready-to-wear through to luxury accessories set in a beautiful exhibition space at The Saatchi Gallery. It is always interesting to visit the exhibition to take trend inspiration for future seasons and also for understanding the evolution of many of the labels."

Karen Radley, MD of Scoop International Fashion Trade shows, said: "The ninth edition of Scoop was our best show ever and the busiest! The reaction to us launching Scoop London  - a second Scoop show to coincide with London Fashion Week -  has been extremely positive. We will be focusing on more UK and International designers bringing first time exhibitors and interesting collections to the UK. At this stage we are working on the designer mix but will be releasing more details shortly."

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