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Scoop International in London celebrates 10th outing in style

Scoop International the London tradeshow that took place from January 31 to February2, celebrated its 10th outing this season, bringing together some 250 exhibitors across apparel, accessories, jewelry and lifestyle products. According to visitors, the show is a joy to visit, partly due to its inspiring Saatchi gallery setting, which spreads over three floors and 12 individual spaces. Coinciding with London Fashion Week later this month, the venue will also play host to the next edition of Scoop London (February 21-23).

During the show, Dutch label Humanoid brought its distinctive lux-casual offering to Scoop International for the first time this season. J. Lindeberg has updated its bestseller shoe with a pointier toe for AW16. It’s been given yet another twist with tribal-themed embossing, synching it with the collection as a whole.

At the show, Young Irish jewelry name Chupi harnessed the vibe with delicate pieces cast from a swan feather found along a Dublin riverbank. Many a Scoop exhibitor offered products with green credentials. Founded in 2012 by Angie Sam, Ultra Tee crafts its well-cut tops from organic cotton, applying prints inspired by the natural world. The pomegranate and horse chestnut motifs made for unusual and rather compelling prints.

In another highlight, the Canadian name Matt & Nat’s vegan accessories appeal to consumers with modernist and green inclinations.