Scoop London: The highlights
WWB picks some of its favourite brands from the show.
By Isabella Griffiths, 26 February 2016
Boutique trade show Scoop London closed on a positive note earlier this week, with the show’s second edition labelled a success by exhibiting brands, who praised the international visitor profile, with a strong turnout in particular from buyers from China, Italy, Russia and Ireland, amongst key independent, high-profile department stores and e-tailers from the UK.
Once again Scoop London delivered an original mix of exclusive ready-to-wear, accessory, footwear and lifestyle labels which continue to define the signature of the carefully curated show. WWB takes its pick of some of the labels that stood out:
Under the new creative direction of renowned designer Madeleine Press, Antipodium offered an appealing mix of wearable silhouettes, great quality textures and quirky prints, with the brand’s coffee culture graphics among the stand-out items.
The famous French fashion house made its show debut with an impeccably tailored and beautifully wearable collection, with elegant dresses, coats and shirts among the highlights. Delicate prints rounded off the range.
Esin Akan’s range of contemporary handbags stood out with its attention to detail and practicality, with two-in-one handbags with removable clutch bags among the clever and versatile pieces. High quality leathers formed the base of the range.
House of Holland
Footwear to be seen in came courtesy of House of Holland, which presented a mix of high-impact glitter styles alongside animal print versions. Sneakers, brogues and plateaus were key pieces in the range.
Libertine Libertine favoured a neutral and understated colour palette, with camel, beiges and creams forming the base of the collection, mixed up with burnt orange, pale pink and navy. Relaxed silhouettes and understated styles summed up the cool collection.
Footwear designer Ming Ray presented her “haute cute” concept at the show, with indeed super cute heels and flats in high quality and often exotic leathers key. Pale pinks and elegant neutrals dominated the colour palette.
Neue London’s latest collection for a/w 16 was based around the idea of floral camouflage. Named Camoufleurs, designer Alice Tibble has taken an original vintage jacquard and manipulated it to create an abstract, camouflage-like texture, with blouses and shirts among the key items in the range.
Terry de Havilland
Iconic footwear brand Terry de Havilland presented its a/w 16 collection at the show, with the eye-catching and unique designs that the label is known for at the core. This season the collection of heels and wedges has been expanded with the introduction of ueber cool sneakers featuring the quirky and unique signature of the brand.
Over at cashmere brand Tina Sparkle buyers could find a huge mix of scarves and shawls, all featuring the quirky brand’s colourful prints and dip dyes. Vibrant colours summed up the range.
Wonderluk is a collective of around 40 international designers, specialising in unique 3D printed jewellery Made in the UK. On show was a variety of unusual shapes and jewellery pieces, with the additional option of creating bespoke pieces.