Scoop to take place at London's Olympia in July 2022
Contemporary designer trade show Scoop is to celebrate its 21st show anniversary at London's Olympia West, taking place between 17-19 July.
Under the creative direction of Scoop International founder and Managing Director Karen Radley, Scoop will showcase the very best premium and ready-to-wear women’s and men’s clothing, accessory and lifestyle collections.
Recognised by designers, fashion buyers and industry experts as the UK’s leading fashion trade show, Scoop is an exclusive edit of sought-after fashion collections and emerging international designers, many of whom select Scoop as their only trade platform.
Karen Radley says; “I am delighted to be celebrating 21 seasons of Scoop, I have met and worked with some of the most wonderful and talented people since founding the show. After very many conversations with buyers and designers who have expressed their desire for our datelines to align with Pure London in July, I look forward to taking Scoop to Olympia West and continuing to focus on introducing brilliant fresh talent and new designer collections.”
Ian Campbell-Smith, Director, Palladio Associates, commented on the new location saying; “I am really pleased to hear that Scoop is moving to Olympia West this July, to coincide with the dates for Pure London. This is very welcoming and positive news especially for buyers and exhibitors. Olympia West Hall is a great new venue within the Olympia complex and with Karen’s curation and creative talent we know it will be a very successful and beautiful show, replicating the feel and atmosphere of the Truman Brewery that so appealed to buyers and exhibitors earlier in February.”
Scoop will take place at the same venue as Hyve Group’s fashion and accessories trade show Pure, which will also take place between 17-19 July at Olympia Grand. The two events are unlinked and will operate from different areas of the venue.
Scoop London will then take place at the Saatchi Gallery in London, running between 29-31 January 2023