SCOOP LONDON: Announces a selection of its fashion line-up for September 2015 during London Fashion Week




SCOOP London is launching with sartorial fireworks, Karen Radley, founder and managing director of Scoop International Fashion Shows, says, “SS16 is a very exciting time for us as we launch our brand new show, Scoop London. We are thrilled to be working with London Fashion Week – the collaboration is the perfect platform to showcase an unmissable selection of contemporary and emerging designers from the UK and across the globe.”

Vollers Corsets

The UK delivers an eclectic array of breathtaking collections including footwear from Karina IK and Chillerton London, handbags from Loxley England, sunglasses from Finlay & Co., corsets from Vollers and womenswear from Gushlow & Cole and Evelin Vock. Europe too is presenting sensational lines, expect to see Polish fashion lifestyle brand RISK made in Warsaw, Belgian jewellery designer Mathilde Dangladeand Parisian’s Delage with their range of handbags, Sweety Jane’s jewellery designs and Alina Marti’s womenswear collection.

 Precision is at the core and the foundation of footwear designer’s Karina IK shoes and boots. From the initial ideas and inspiration to design development, testing and making, each step is the result of the love and passion of the designer and creative director’s vision. All leather hides and reptile skins are hand-picked, the components and details are all certified and individually sourced from the finest suppliers in Italy going through exacting quality control procedures. Each pair is handmade by expert artisans, who bring a vision and sense of timeless tradition to their craft, and the importance of this is manifested through the value, longevity and exclusivity the products offer. Exclusive and not commercially oriented, the brand positions itself as a niche and lifestyle concept.Challenging stereotypes, Karina IK’s raison d’être is to offer top of the range luxury lifestyle pieces that can be worn at multiple occasions providing functionality and endurance.

Chillerton London will be launching their brand new shoe line at SCOOP London. Their designs are so top secret that it is only during our tradeshow that all will be revealed. However, what we can guarantee is that it will be worth the wait.

Clean lines, simplicity and functionality are the cornerstones of the Loxley England brand. Drawing on their English heritage Loxley England offer a range of timeless, classic leather bags that nod elegantly to practicality and colour. Loxley England adheres to the idea that quality is of paramount importance. Using beautiful leather that is full grain, supple and durable, a Loxley England bag is made to last. No detail is overlooked, every zip and hardware is lovingly hand selected. Loxley England’s debut collection also includes a limited edition range of bags lined in Liberty Art Fabrics, which have represented the height of luxury in British textiles since 1875. Loxley will be unveiling and launching their new womenswear collection at Scoop London this September.

Finlay & Co creates iconic eyewear inspired by British heritage. With an uncompromised approach to their frame quality, all of Finlay & Co’s sunglasses are handcrafted using up to 32 stages of intricate craftsmanship. Made from only the finest materials, employing either sustainable hardwoods or cellulose acetates; their frames are strong and luxurious in finish. Finlay & Co use polarised lenses as standard across their entire collection, offering full UVA and UVB protection.Spring/summer 2016 marks their first move into the realm of acetate sunglasses, with the launch of the Draycott, Hudson and Pembroke; the first non-wooden sunglasses in their collection since Finlay & Co. launched in 2012. Otherwise known as Cellulose Acetate, this bioplastic, which is derived from the fibers of cotton plants, was first developed in the 19th century where it was used within the automotive industry thanks to its strength, moldability and impact-resistance. Cellulose Acetate is not only durable, but it is easily dyed and shaped thanks to its flexible molecular structure. Sold at Harvey Nichols, London, The Conran Shop, Paris and Barneys, New York amongst others.

Ian Voller is the fourth generation of the Voller family to own Vollers Corsets, having taken over the company, together with his wife Corina, from his uncle in 1991. Ian oversees the day to day running and direction of the business which he has seen steadily grow, and now employs over 30 at his Portsmouth based factory. At one time the corset industry employed around 9,000 people in Portsmouth alone and Vollers is now the only remaining factory in the area. Corina heads up the design team and travels extensively to source an interesting and diverse range of fabrics and materials. Quality is of paramount importance and every corset undergoes a rigorous inspection process, to ensure our customers receive the high quality garment they have ordered. All of Vollers’ mail order corsets are individually packaged in a presentation box to add the finishing touch.

From a childhood friendship to creative partnership, Emma Gushlow and Katrina Cole launched their eponymous luxury womenswear brand in 2003. After studying at the London College of Fashion, they honed their skills in shearling manufacture, pattern cutting and design at the highly respected Cole family business, laying the foundations to establish Gushlow & Cole. Despite humble beginnings in London’s Spitalfields, they soon became a destination stop for stylists and fashion-savvy shoppers, and demand swiftly lead them to debut a luxury shearling accessories line during London Fashion Week the following year. Since then, their collections of outerwear and accessories have been showcased in Paris, New York and Tokyo. Despite their international appeal, the duo are passionate supporters of UK manufacturing and craft and are proud to add that all Gushlow & Cole collections are made entirely in Britain. The label has over 100 stockists in 5 continents and counts Angelina Jolie amongst its celebrity clientele. Gushlow & Cole are launching their first ever spring collection at Scoop London.

Evelin Vock

Launched in the UK in 2013, Evelin Vock is a luxury womenswear brand focusing on Outerwear. Owner Evelin Vock herself acts as Creative Director and is the inspiration behind the brand’s artistry. Born and raised in a rural part of Switzerland, Evelin always appreciated the beauty of the Swiss flora and fauna; inspiration drawn from outdoors in order to produce garments for outdoors.Evelin’s signature style combines colourful and creative embroidery designs incorporated into highly practical jacket shapes. All the brand’s pattern designs are created in-house and are unique. Each season customers can celebrate new and stunning creations, which are not dictated by trends. Evelin Vock is all about the wearers and their comfort. The slogan ‘pure, unique, free’ clearly describes the key values of the brand.


Risk made in Warsaw

Manufactured locally in Poland, RISK made in Warsaw is a women’s and menswear brand created in 2011 by Antoinette Samecką and Clare Kovtun. It’s an unusual concept, because instead of dealing with what trends, RISK made in Warsaw solves the problem, their idea is simple; combine comfort and ease with great chic styles all in various shades of grey. Their solutions obsessed approach is in favor of flattering the figure, unsurprising then that their design emphasis is on cut and silhouette. Furthermore, working with great craftsmen and experts on every detail, such as the materials on their hand-dyed buttons, results in pieces being recognizably as theirs.

 Mathilde Danglade was born on the Island of Ré, off the French Atlantic coast. As far as she remembers, she was sketching and always wanted to be a stylist. After several years in advertising and publishing, and with several years spent in Hong Kong, which fuelled her fascination for precious stones, Mathilde decided to professionally apply her artistic talent and taste for gems. In 2007 Mathilde launched her first jewellery collection, which was immediately singled out by exclusive fashion stores in France and Belgium. There is a distinct Asian influence in all of Mathilde’s elegant creations, her delicate design combines gold and silver with colorful gemstones, uncut diamonds, small ancient coins, and exquisite pebbles or pieces of driftwood handpicked on the beaches of her native island. Her collections include necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings. These must-have pieces are now distributed by more than a 100 exclusive fashion stores all over the world, from the Vendome Yamada in Tokyo to Juliette Longuet in New York.


With a heritage that dates back to 1905, the Delage Company inherited its know-how from its automobile origins and Art Deco aesthetics. Combining the company’s historic values with ageless refinement, today Delage is dedicated to leather goods inspired by its own tradition of beautiful cars. With countless stockists throughout France, their second shop recently opened in London, whilst their first is stationed in the heart of Paris.

Founded in Paris in 2013, Sweety Jane is a jewellery brand inspired by travel and mysticism and distinctive by its feminine and strong lines. Using materials, which are almost alchemical, the creations are designed as contemporary talismans to wear on any occasion. All items are exclusively made of vermeil and subsequently are stamped with a prestigious ‘V’; this authenticates their craft origin and quality. Contemporary but timeless, Parisian but universal, the contours and hammerings are designed meticulously to their very last detail. Paris Vogue and Biba have recently featured Sweety Jane. Stockists include Sept Cinq and Birdy, both in Paris.

AlinaMarti is a Paris-based designer and stylist. In 2010, she created her womenswear brand dedicated to the ambitious and timeless woman.Drawing inspiration from the geometric harmony of architecture and graphic forms, Alina Marti favours an elegant and refined style.Her collections, with their clean lines and sensual fabrics, feed on a rich set of materials associated with a particularly neat finish work.

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