Much-loved contemporary womenswear show Scoop, opens its doors at London’s Saatchi Gallery this Sunday, promising to be a fashion hub crossed with emerging and established designers showcasing their clothing, accessories, beauty and lifestyle collections curated within an art installation backdrop.
Exclusivity is at the heart of Scoop’s premium offering, taking place 29th-31st January, and giving visitors access to designers and collections only available at the event. Over 250 hand-picked UK and international designers will be presenting their new collections, many using Scoop as their only seasonal selling platform.
Bringing together sought-after contemporary women and menswear and a whole host of new designers, some of whom will be making their Scoop debut during this Autumn/Winter 2023 edition to include byTiMo, MoMA, Nordic Glow, Le Bonnet, Hanro, Signal, Les Racines du Ciel, Meme Road, Launart, NotShy, High Everyday Couture, Carre and many more.
Celebrated labels from Scoop returning to the line-up include Ines de la Fressange, Transit, Oofwear, Weill, Scotch & Soda, Twinset, Idano, BRGN, Dom Gur, The Hoop Station and Anna & Nina making this season’s event unmissable.
Founder and MD Karen Radley says, “Our mission at Scoop is to create a cross-pollination between all the arts, bringing together design, fashion and art. This season Scoop has partnered with HIGH Everyday Couture and The Royal College of Art to showcase a special display of work by RCA artists Elissa Jane Diver and Olha Pryymak. Scoop AW23 will be a unique and exciting experience, bringing contemporary fashion to the heart of Chelsea!”
This season the event takes inspiration from the world of tarot and embraces tarot cards as a medium for storytelling, exploring the fantasy and symbolism evoked by beautiful fashion. Embracing the mindfulness and positivity of tarot, visitors can receive a tarot reading from Mervin Trotter helping guests to reflect and tap into their inner wisdom.
Scoop welcomes premium department stores from across the globe and those who have previously attended have included Harvey Nichols, Brown Thomas, John Lewis, Selfridges, Galeries Lafayette, Beymen and Le Bon Marché, as well as independent boutiques namely Bernards, Courtyard, The Mercantile, Stanwells, and many more. Attendance is set to soar this season with a record number of buyers signed up for the VIP buyers programme.