Scoop and Pure London
Pure unveils debut menswear line-upSubscription
Womenswear trade show Pure London has revealed the first brands signed up for its menswear debut in February 2016, including White Stuff and young fashion label Brave Soul.
Buyers from premium UK and overseas womenswear retailers were on the look-out for ‘standout collections’ to add to their spring 16 offer on the second day of new trade show Scoop London.
Rave reviews for Scoop London Subscription
Exhibitors and buyers praised this weekend’s Scoop London, the new premium womenswear event devised to dovetail with London Fashion Week.
Positive buzz at first day of Scoop LondonSubscription
On Sunday (September 20), its first day, exhibitors and buyers praised Scoop London, the new premium womenswear event devised to dovetail with London Fashion Week.
Brands and agents are hoping for a strong turnout at the launch of new womenswear trade show Scoop London this weekend, even though it is late in the season for UK buyers.
Scoop to relocate spring 17 showsSubscription
Scoop will relocate its spring 17 shows from the Saatchi Gallery in London, which has been booked for a Rolling Stones exhibition running from April to September next year.
Buyer attendance was up 18.6% year-on-year at the spring 16 edition of London trade show Pure, organisers have said.
The standout debuts, news and highlight collections from last week’s weekend of womenswear trade shows at Pure London and Scoop.
Video: Buyers' verdict on Pure and ScoopVideoSubscription
Drapers spoke to the owners of fashion independents about trade shows Pure and Scoop and the current mood of the market, at an event co-hosted with womenswear brand Laurèl in London on Sunday evening.
Drapers’ editorial director Eric Musgrave and fashion editor Graeme Moran review the opening day of Pure and Scoop.