"Contemporary designer womenswear trade show, Scoop has unveiled a tantalising line-up of “new brands” who will showcase their SS20 collections at the show to be held from July 21-23, 2019 at the iconic Saatchi Gallery in London. The carefully curated and enticing selection of new designers will include Cecilie Copenhagen, Suncoo, A Kjærbede, Mhudi, M.A.B.E., Kleed Kimonos, and Maison Johanna Braitbart."
Contemporary designer womenswear trade show, Scoop has unveiled a tantalising line-up of “new brands” who will showcase their SS20 collections at the show to be held from July 21-23, 2019 at the iconic Saatchi Gallery in London. The carefully curated and enticing selection of new designers will include Cecilie Copenhagen, Suncoo, A Kjærbede, Mhudi, M.A.B.E., Kleed Kimonos, and Maison Johanna Braitbart.
Stocked in Galeries Lafayette, BHV Swamp, Haussmann Spring, and Citadium Caumartin, Suncoo is a profoundly Parisian and contemporary brand created in 2010 from the meeting of two aesthetes, Stella and Thomas, breathing a powerful sense of freedom into the women's wardrobe.
M.A.B.E will also launch its collection at Scoop. Each piece of this comes with intricate embroidery and print, as well as artisanal embroidery techniques such as Aari, Chikankari, Kantha, Shisha and Banjara.
Since its launch in 2016, Carolina Guedes Cruz’s fashion brand Kleed has been synonymous with chic African wildlife patterned kimonos and loungewear. The one-time fashion executive for Gucci and Dunhill continues to volunteer on conservation projects in Namibia, Botswana and South Africa.
Founded in 2012 Cecilie Copenhagen has become a cult label adopting different cultures and styles. Stocked in Browns and Farfetch, its free-spirited charm meets Scandinavian design-led simplicity with pared-back silhouettes crafted from soft natural fabrics, invigorated with contrasting shades and eye-catching motifs.
Syra J. designs capture the daring, bold, elegant, beautiful female spirit in timeless style. Its image, quality, fit, and workmanship bridges every woman's fashion fantasy to her reality. Syra J. proudly stands for female empowerment and self-expression through its clothes.
Mhudi was created in 2013, designing unique, timelessly elegant, and unconventional hats including its bestseller, the cosmopolitan reversible turban shape. All Made in Italy, the designer and founder Mami FP, is inspired by a sense of great craftsmanship, meticulous attention to the combination of fabrics, and the blend of vintage and contemporary.
A Kjærbede sunglasses take inspiration from simplistic Nordic design coupled with functionality and quality. The vision of A Kjærbede, stocked in The Mercantile London and the V&A, is to craft a unique, personal and timeless look, drawing from the deep roots of fashion and in the small, but well thought out details.
Much-loved and revered Barcelona-based jewellery designer Albert Coll is re-launching a conceptual jewellery collection based on the archive jewellery designs from his jewellery boutique which closed in the 1950s. Bold, striking and colourful, this statement jewellery celebrates the beauty of shapes.
After spending several years in Kyoto, founders of Kyomai Bags were inspired to create a range of striking clutches crafted from traditional Japanese belts, called obis. “Obi” ornamental belts are made of silk and gold, silver or platinum thread, and are woven on Japanese Jacquard looms.
In January 2016 The Painter’s Wife was founded by a painter’s wife, as a project dedicated to lifestyle for pets and their owners. With an eclectic, contemporary and fresh approach, and a background in contemporary fashion and art, The Painter’s Wife fulfils the needs and life philosophy of today’s dog owners.
Johanna Braitbart’s unique hair accessory and hat creations are handmade in her studio in the Marais, in the basement of Boudoir 26. She is now stocked in Le Bon Marché, Mademoiselle Chapeaux, Isetan and Takashimaya.
Showing its collection of unique pieces handcrafted by Maasai women at Scoop for the first time, the MaasaiWomenArt (MWA) project is a preservation effort headed by the Italian NGO Istituto Oikos, in partnership with Regione Lombardia and Istituo Europeo di Design (IED).
Founded in Gothenburg, Sneaky Steve's footwear is inspired by its founding city’s industrial heritage, rainy winters, and thriving underground cultures, where the music scene is always alive and where legions of fashion designers have started on their journey.
Luna Amani has been designing women’s accessories for more than 20 years. She designs her collections based on her childhood memories in Iran and the 21st-century sensibilities of a designer committed to giving something back.