Scoop: seven brands showcasing for the first time
by Modem – Posted July 20 2022
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The contemporary designer womenswear trade show Scoop returns with its first in-person edition showcasing over 250 designers labels. Taking place from July 17 to 19, 2022 at Olympia West, under the creative direction of its founder and MD, Karen Radley, Scoop presents the very best premium and ready-to-wear women’s and men’s clothing, accessory and lifestyle collections.

Among the new brands revealing their creativity there are: Pearl & Caviar, Maurizio Mykonos, Apede Mod, Jessica Russell Flint, 0711 Tibilisi, Aligne, West Seventy Nine.

Pearl & Caviar
Grecian-chic label Pearl & Caviar’s lifestyle collection is influenced by minimal structures and geometry, prevalent elements in classical Greek architecture and design. Clean lines are embellished with elaborately hand-woven motifs and traditional patterns drawn from geometric shapes.
 Pearl & Caviar was created to revive the craft of local artisans, embracing modern scopes in traditional techniques. Timeless values of culture and nature are depicted in natural fibres and handmade details mirroring a new lifestyle.

Maurizio Mykonos
Maurizio Mykonos began in the mid 90’s with a small leather collection that sparked enthusiasm for its edgy and racy style with raw cuts and embroideries. Many years later, the line is still handmade in their own atelier while enriched with the finest brocade, silk and leather fabrics, all adorned with Swarovski elements. Their flagship store is situated in Mykonos, with a boutique in Athens, and available in over 30 selected retailers across the world.

Apede Mod
Apede Mod was founded in 2016 in New York city, by two girl friends in their search for the perfect go-to bag.
Each bag is designed with great attention to shape, colour and utility. Inspired by nature, vintage pieces, architecture and modern culture, the collections are created by hand by small ateliers.

Jessica Russell Flint
Jessica Russell Flint is a fashion and lifestyle brand with an emphasis on hand drawn prints, colour and quality. The designer has expanded her ranges slowly to include everything to create a curated platform of things she loves. Currently working on sleepwear, high fashion, resort wear and an expanding selection of JRF Home. Everything is made from the very best materials and the collection is influenced by impressionism and the bold colours and artwork of Frida Kahlo, Guagin and Shiele.

0711 Tibilis
0711 was founded in 2012 by Nino Eliava and Ana Mokia. The girls met in childhood during a holiday in Mexico, and the idea of the joint project came many years later when they were studying and working in London. 0711 bags put a spin on traditional shapes with unconventional fabrics. Locally sourced yarn, wood, and plexiglass designs are crafted by artisans in the brand’s native Georgia, giving each bag a charming homespun feel. The signature knitted Copacabana comes in every colour from pink to rust, some with sparkly thread running through.

Offering easy, versatile and well-made clothes, the small brand is bringing about big change in the fashion industry, creating contemporary collections that are built from planet-friendly foundations and democratic decisions.

West Seventy Nine
West Seventy Nine are passionate about operating more consciously. Aiming to reduce their impact on the planet and using recyclable Lycra from Carvico, vegan jersey, and organic cotton, is something they staunchly pride themselves on and this ethos plays a key role in all the products they design and produce. 100% of its Lycra is recycled and recyclable made from old fishing nets, fabric remnants and plastic bottles.

July 17 to 19, 2022
Olympia London
Hammersmith Rd
W14 8UX Londra

Photo: Maurizio Mykonos

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