Scoop and Pure London
The second day of trade show Pure London’s autumn 17 edition was slower than expected for some, despite what was described as a positive start when the event kicked off on Sunday.
Brands and buyers were feeling upbeat as the sun shone down on the second day of London premium womenswear trade show Scoop’s autumn 17 edition today.
Positive start to Pure London autumn 17Subscription
Exhibitors reported a steady but positive start to the autumn 17 edition of Pure London, which kicked off yesterday (12 February) at Kensington Olympia.
Premium womenswear trade show Scoop International made a triumphant return to its ancestral home at the Saatchi Gallery in London’s Chelsea today, as buyers filed into the lower floors looking for quirky new brands to give their stores a point of difference.
Womenswear indies are looking forward to premium trade show Scoop’s return to the Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea this season, following a temporary move to Old Billingsgate.
Tradeshows including Panorama, Pitti Uomo and Scoop have revealed plans to introduce new concepts as they look to woo exhibitors and attendees next season.
Scoop returns to the Saatchi GallerySubscription
Premium London womenswear trade show Scoop will return to the Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea next season, following its temporary move to Old Billingsgate Market.
Pure London spring 17: Everything you need to know Subscription
The talk of the stands at Pure this week was all about Brexit. Drapers visited the show to pick out the best new product, and gauge the mood of buyers and exhibitors
Pure London spring 17: The key product newsSubscription
The latest product updates and new launches from London trade show Pure
Pure London spring 17: Views on the Brexit voteSubscription
Production in a post-Brexit world was at the forefront of most brands’ minds at Pure. Drapers rounds up some of the concerns