Scoop is a premium and contemporary womenswear and accessories tradeshow held at the iconic Saatchi Gallery, London. Our exhibitors are leaders in the industry – directional, talented, successful and unique. Scoop was launched in February 2011 by fashion industry expert Karen Radley. With an impressive line-up of premium collections, Scoop is based around creating an international design-led and London-based exhibition for niche designers; one where labels do not have to battle one another for attention and where the diverse brand offering guarantees visitors something they have not seen elsewhere. Today, Scoop has become a key destination for showcasing over 250 international contemporary designers.
“We’ve had a great show, amazing in fact. From the word go we managed to connect with lots of new buyers who were on our wishlist, as well as reconnect with some old contacts. The calibre of stores who visit the show is second to none; we usually work only with department stores, but recently we decided to expand our stockists base to selected independents, too, and this has been the perfect platform to achieve this. A huge compliment to Karen Radley and her team – she really carefully controls every single detail and really understands what each brand stands for and wants to achieve, which makes all the difference.”
Laura Colagrande, Womenswear Sales Manager, Levi’s Made & Crafted (August 2016)
“This seasons Scoop And The City was simply the best trade exhibition I have attended in the UK in almost 15 years! The brand selection was excellent with product that was both premium and mainstream as well as offering independents something that was different. However, the key difference was the way the product was laid out and displayed"
Neil Walker, Managing Director, Elliotts Retailing (August 2016)
”I’m here with both my exhibitor and buyer hat on and the show has been great. From the start we have written more orders than we did last season and there is a great quality of buyers here, many of whom have been on my wishlist. I have also had a look around from a buyer perspective, and there are so many striking collections here that I will be adding to my store."
Anna Park, owner, Primrose Park (August 2016)