Scoop and Pure London
Moda Gent moves to Pure LondonSubscription
Moda Gent, the menswear section of Birmingham-based trade show Moda, will move to Pure London to join its menswear offer, Pure Man, for February 2019.
The big question at Scoop and Pure LondonSubscription
The hot topic of conversation at the spring 19 edition of Pure London and Scoop was the recent news that Scoop organiser ITE has bought Pure London. Drapers gathered opinions from exhibitors and buyers.
From new launches to UK debuts, Drapers rounds up the stand out brands and key spring 19 product news from the London trade shows.
The UK heatwave showed no signs of abating this week as the Drapers team headed out to sunny spring 19 editions of trade shows Pure London and Scoop, which ran concurrently on 22-24 July.
Independent retailers, brands and agents were largely supportive of the corporate takeover of Pure London this week, believing more “synergies” will be created across UK trade shows.
Pure London launches denim showcaseSubscription
Trade show Pure London has announced plans for a new denim area at the upcoming spring 19 edition.
Trade show Pure London has announced a bursary scheme for Made in Britain brands to showcase their collections at the upcoming spring 19 edition.
Moda owner to buy Pure London's parent companySubscription
The owner of trade show Pure London, Ascential, has announced it is planning to sell its exhibitions business to ITE Group – which owns Moda, Jacket Required and Scoop – for £300m.
Pure London launches kidswearSubscription
Pure London will launch a kidswear show at July’s edition.
Pure London launches sustainable fashion areaSubscription
Trade show Pure London is launching a new section at its July event, Pure Conscious, which will be dedicated to sustainable brands.
The show’s managing director explains why she launched Pure Origin, and gives her take on the direction of the market.
The autumn 18 edition of trade show Pure London was bustling with buyers in the main hall, and new sections added interest
Pure London autumn 18: Drapers' pick of the brands Subscription
Drapers rounds up the brands to note from the autumn 18 edition of Pure London.
Womenswear is a tough market to be in right now, and the difficulties faced by some high street players – most recently East and New Look – underline the importance of having a clearly defined proposition.
Drapers highlights some new brands and collections from the autumn 18 edition of premium womenswear trade show Scoop in London.
Serene Scoop delivers quality product and buyersSubscription
Horns blared on west London’s King’s Road on Sunday as traffic built up as a result of the weekend roadworks, but inside the nearby Saatchi Gallery, premium womenswear trade show Scoop was its usual oasis of calm.
Scoop founder targets international buyersSubscription
Drapers catches up with Karen Radley, founder of womenswear trade show Scoop, at the autumn 18 edition.
Alexa Chung's fashion platform at ScoopSubscription
This season’s edition of London’s premium womenswear trade show Scoop showcased a new tie-up with Villoid, the online fashion platform set up by model Alexa Chung and her friend, Karin Kaellman, who tells Drapers all about it.
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.