Scoop and Pure London
Pure teams up with Textile Forum Subscription
UK fabric fair Textile Forum will host a “pavilion” at womenswear, menswear, footwear and accessories trade show Pure London next month.
Scoop teams up with Alexa ChungSubscription
London trade show Scoop is partnering with online fashion platform Villoid, co-founded by Alexa Chung, to offer emerging designers an exhibition space at this season’s show.
Pure London launches sourcing showSubscription
London trade show Pure is launching a new sourcing event, which aims to provide a “gateway” for international manufacturers to break into the UK market.
Brands, buyers and the Drapers team made their way to Kensington’s Olympia London for the spring 18 edition of trade show Pure, which ran on 23-25 July.
Pure London has been steadily increasing the number of catwalk shows, seminars and other activities available during the show, while more brands are offering services such as a wet shave to tempt people onto their stands. We found out what exhibitors and buyers thought about this focus on making the show more of an experience.
Drapers pick of the new brands and launches to know from the spring 18 edition of Pure.
Drapers catches up with Pure’s portfolio director Julie Driscoll on the latest edition of the show
Subdued second day at Pure LondonSubscription
The mood was more subdued when Drapers headed back to Olympia London for the second day of Pure’s spring 18 edition.
Steady start to Pure London Subscription
The spring 18 edition of Pure London kicked off in style embracing its “oriental futures” theme with an eastern-inspired catwalk on Sunday 23 July.
Drapers asked exhibitors and buyers at the spring 18 edition of Scoop whether they prefer the premium womenswear trade show and fellow London trade show Pure to take place on separate dates. For this season Scoop was held on 16-18 July at the Saatchi Gallery, while Pure will be held on 23-25 July at Olympia.