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Painters’ Painters AT T H E S A AT C H I G A L L E R Y

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aking place during this season’s Scoop, the Saatchi Gallery presents its new exhibition PAINTERS' PAINTERS: Artists of today who inspire artists of tomorrow.

In recent years, painting has been challenged by the myriad of other modern media and technologies embraced by contemporary art. It is less frequently seen in contemporary museums and galleries today and is seemingly out of favour

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The exhibition pays tribute to artists who have forged their own intriguingly diverse paths and techniques and continue to contribute to the ongoing development of painting today.

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For more information about Painters’ Painters visit www.saatchigallery.com

with many curators. Painters’ Painters focuses on a group of nine present-day painters ranging from their 30s to their 60s, who have been undeterred by the gradual decline in interest in this perennial art form.


First Word W

elcome to this special Scoop On Scoop Magazine. We are putting 2016 behind us after our one-off vacation and returning to our 'home' at the iconic Saatchi Gallery this February.

High on our agenda is your experience at Scoop and this season we are creating a larger restaurant on the second floor serving delicious food all day and a bar in Gallery 10 where you can collect your complimentary glass of bubbly.

Kicking off is a look at the key trends for the next autumn/winter 2017 season and what a bold and creative autumn it's set to be. From Beatrice B’s bright graphic prints to Catherine Osti's super cuffs, it is clear that designers are setting the mood to be both eclectic and fun fun, fun.

With four floors of fashion, this February’s show promises to be bigger and better than ever before. Here’s to a successful buying season and I look forward to seeing you at this exciting edition of Scoop.

Meanwhile, at the show our team at Scoop have selected new designers they’re personally lusting over which include Balossa, Rick Rhe, Grenson, Anecdote, AMP jewellery and Ivy Kirzhner. As always, at Scoop we love introducing new labels and will be showcasing collections from Nobis, Charlotte Simone, Rosie Fortescue, WODEN and The Mix to name a few.

Founder & Managing Director Scoop International Fashion Shows

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Inside PING HE, FOUNDER OF PH15 My personal style signifiers are… Beauty and beast, feminine yet cool.

the leather side looks smart and pretty worn with original Adidas sneakers.

An unforgettable place I have travelled in the past year… Venice. I love water, it's like us women… moving and emotional.

Our main stockists are… We currently have over 40 international stockists including Neiman Marcus, Harvey Nichols and Fenwick.

The best souvenir I have brought home… Lots of black and white photos and my memory.

My autumn/winter 2017 collection is influenced by… Junya Watanabe’s origami technical craftsmanship. The pH15 autumn/winter 2017 collection showcases creative design and uniquely engineered embroidery. Innovative use of fabrics and embellishment result in an exclusive textile.

An indulgence I would never forgo is… Chinese Sichuan hotpot. The last item of clothing I added to my wardrobe was… A double wear fur coat. The fur side looks cool with a pair of high heel ankle boots and

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Scoop C AT H E R I N E O S T I , F O U N D E R O F C AT H E R I N E O S T I What is your fashion background? I studied at Lyon's College of Fashion Design. My career began with me working on one of Chanel's famous tailoring workshops in Paris. I worked there for 10 years on Haute Couture collections. How would you describe Catherine Osti’s signature style as a brand? Catherine Osti’s cuffs allow women to enter the world of refined luxury in a modern and practical way. The cuffs offer everyone the chance to taste the dream of couture dressing and enjoy the effortlessness of sartorial elegance. What inspires you when you are designing a collection? When I start the design of a collection, I first meet with the plumassiers, pleat

makers and embroiderers. Based on what I discover in their workshops, I then start to create every single cuff and collar as a piece I would like to wear myself. What can we expect from your autumn/winter 2017 collection? My collection will be mainly dedicated to leather and mesh knit, with matching cuffs and collars. Have you worked on any collaborations? I developed a Haute Couture line in partnership with renowned Métiers d'Art maisons such as Lesage, Cécile Henri, Lemarié and Lognon.

stores in around 30 countries, notably in Asia and the USA. Why did you decide to show at Scoop? Scoop is a great way of breaking into the UK market. What has been your greatest career achievement? Working for Chanel on Haute Couture collections will also be one of my greatest achievements. Also launching my own successful brand after years of hard work.

Who are your stockists? I sell my collection in luxury multibrand

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Be Bold

T H I S S E A S O N , M A K E A S T R O N G S TAT E M E N T I N T O T H E C L E A N L I N E S , M O N O C H R O M AT I C T O N E S , D R A M AT I C S L E E V E S , R U F F L E S A N D BOWS FOR AUTUMN/WINTER 2017

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BALOSSA

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T R A N S I T PA R S U C H

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JOVONNA LONDON

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FONNESBECH

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ANECDOTE

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M A I S O N F PA R I S

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ANNA MARIA PITT JEWELLERY

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Behind th S C O O P TA L K S T O A N N A M A R I A P I T T FOUNDER OF ANNA MARIA PITT JEWELLERY What is your background? I was born and raised in Reykjavik, Iceland and moved to the UK with my husband and four children 12 years ago. I studied silversmithing and jewellery design at Bucks New University where I graduated with a BA Hons degree.

Tell us about your manufacturing process... where are your pieces made? I make design models out of paper before moving onto metal. The metal is then laser-cut and after I assemble and finish off each piece by hand in my workshop.

How did you come to start your own label? My jewellery is all handmade in my studio, so my work could probably be defined as slow art. Therefore my own label felt like the natural way forward.

What was the inspiration behind your latest collection? My last collection was called Migration and it was inspired by migrating flocks of birds that created abstract movement in each piece. These were mostly necklaces and rings but I also kept on making large nature inspired pieces.

How would you describe your brand? In my work I use a cold-connection technique to create structural tension and movement. The larger pieces are what I like to call ‘cocktail-hour-pieces’, which are best worn with a glass of champagne in hand. The necklaces and rings can be worn on all occasions and overall my brand is a selection of artisanal jewellery.

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How would you describe your customer base? I get orders through my website www.annamariapitt.com and I make quite a few commissioned pieces. Women also purchase pieces at my exhibitions when they like what they see.


he scenes Is there anyone you would love to see wearing your designs? I wouldn’t mind if the multi-talented and amazing Björk would wear my large neckpiece called Backbone. I think she would make a phenomenal model.

What is the best piece of advice you have ever been given? To design artefacts that come from within. I was lucky to have great professors who put great emphasis on the design process. The work has to matter to you in order for it to matter to others.

What is the ethos behind your brand? The ethos in my work is respect for nature and its remarkable gifts. Subconsciously I’m always recreating something from natural formations.

What has been your greatest achievement as a designer? My recent private exhibition in Reykjavik. To come back to my native country and be so well received is something I am very grateful for.

What is your favourite piece from your collection and why? Probably my latest large piece called Canopy. It’s a large bracelet, inspired by forest tree tops that spread out like a fan.

Why exhibit at Scoop? What sets it apart from other fashion trade shows? Scoop has a great energy about it. It is fresh and diverse and represents the current trends in fashion. It’s a dynamic exhibition in a magnificent building.

Is there another designer whose work you particularly admire? I admire so many jewellers but if I were to name someone it would have to be Tone Vigeland and Ralph Bakke. They combine the highest level of articulate craftsmanship and stunning elements of design.

Any exciting plans for the future? My next stop after Scoop is Milano Fashion week at the end of February, where four of my pieces have been selected for the Artistar Jewellery Exhibition. I’m looking forward to visiting the Italian city of fashion and participating in another great ensemble of art and design.

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The Rising Sun A S E D U C T I V E WA R M T H I N F U S E S B E A U T I F U L BLOCKS OF COLOUR, FOCUSING ON SOFT SHAPES AND SILHOUETTES

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B E AT R I C E B

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IN.NO

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JOVONNA LONDON

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KNITSS

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IVY KIRZHNER

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Inside Scoop KARL DONOGHUE FOUNDER OF KARL DONOGHUE

What is your background? I was born and raised in Yorkshire, before moving to London to study a Fashion & Textiles degree at Ravensbourne College of Design in 1991. How did you come to start your own label? After graduating I went to the USA for a number of job interviews with various American brands including Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren. However they were not fast to make decisions so I decided to go back to London and wait. On my return a number of retailers were very interested in my graduation collection. At that stage I had nothing to lose so I started to put my designs into production and sell them. This was the birth of the Karl Donoghue label in 1995. How would you describe your brand? We are a luxury brand specialising in the use of shearling, leather and fur for women with their own sense of style. What was the inspiration behind your latest collection? Expressive watercolour paintings and grey sweatshirting inspired the colours and textures of the colour palette this season. The skins continue to be a source of inspiration as we strive to develop new concepts. How would you describe your customer base? The label is exported all over the world so I would say the customer base is very diverse, with retailers in the Far East, Middle East, Europe and America. Is there anyone you would love to see wearing your designs? My designs have been worn by numerous celebrities such as Julianne Moore, Kylie Minogue and Stella Tennant to name a few, but it still excites me to see a woman in the street wearing a KD piece, past or present. I'm always intrigued to see how it integrates

with her own wardrobe and how she has made it her own. What is the ethos behind your brand? To push the perception of skin in fashion creating contemporary outerwear and accessories. What is your favourite piece from your collection and why? It's always difficult to choose a favourite as there are many, but I guess it has to be the new raglan sleeve unlined leather coat which layers well over our long-line cashmere touch shearling gilet. Is there another designer whose work you particularly admire? I love what Tom Dixon does. The combination of design, craftsmanship and quality materials has to be admired. What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given? When I was 14 years old my art teacher advised me to move away from Yorkshire one day and discover the world. Eventually I studied my degree in London and travel has been a huge influence on my life ever since. What has been your greatest achievement as a designer? Being able to wake up every day for the past 22 years and be continuously inspired and excited by my job. It's a great privilege. Why exhibit at Scoop? What sets it apart from other fashion trade shows? Scoop has a great selection of brands and the presentation is kept simple in a great location. Any exciting plans for the future? There are a number of plans for the future but I must keep my lips sealed at this time.

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Fashion First DESIGNERS FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE MAKING THEIR SCOOP DEBUT THIS SEASON

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JAMIN PUECH

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RICK RHE

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LITTLE ROTTERS

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LAUREN MOSHI

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Inside Scoop RICK RHE FOUNDER OF RICK RHE

What is your background? Fashion and textile design.

Is there anyone you would love to see wearing your designs? Alexa Chung, Dua Lipa and Taylor Swift.

How did you come to start your own label? After working in Italy I wanted to do more personal projects in womenswear and gradually started my own label.

What is the ethos behind your brand? Contemporary design, cultural mix, artisanal, quality and innovation.

How would you describe your brand? Rick Rhe is a young, cutting-edge women’s demi-couture fashion brand. The brand is a mix of contemporary, street couture and artisanal high fashion made in Italy.

What is your favourite piece from your collection and why? Both the macramé lace dress and digital printed dress. These items represent my label well and are our bestselling items.

What was the inspiration behind your latest collection? The latest collection was inspired by two elements, the ‘Great October Revolution’ in Russia and American superhero movies. Military elements and rich textiles from Russian royal family are the key inspiration source in this collection. The colour inspiration of the collection comes from military green and burgundy. I have reinterpreted the traditional camouflage pattern into contemporary and feminine design.

Is there another designer whose work you particularly admire? Christian Dior and Yves Saint Laurent.

How would you describe your customer base? Women between 25-45 years old who are based in cities, have a high/medium income and who seek fashion-forward products and innovation. They are very curious, smart and tech-savvy.

What has been your greatest achievement as a designer? Presenting my collection at a fashion show in Milan and the international growth of my business. Why exhibit at Scoop? It’s a successful way of expanding into the UK market. Any exciting plans for the future? Growing our brand and breaking into the US, UK and Middle Eastern markets.

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CACHAREL

In The Red S C O O P ’ S E D I T O F W H AT ’ S RED HOT THIS SEASON AT T H E S H O W

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S FOR SHOKO

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CACHAREL

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IVY KIRZHNER

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Inside Scoop PETER HILDEBRANDT & CARSTEN HOLM FOUNDERS OF WODEN

Where did you both meet and how did you come to start your own label? Carsten: I had been working on the DNA for the brand WODEN for a long period but it did not become realistic before I met my partner Peter who I had worked with in previous companies. I presented the concept to Peter... Peter: And it only took three weeks from the first conversation to launching the company. This characterises pretty much how we work together. How would you sum up the WODEN brand? Carsten: Pure, true and 100 per cent Scandinavian. We do not have a heritage that stops us from challenging how a sneaker can look like. We can keep pushing the boundaries of what is expected. We are WOrks of DENmark. What is the story behind North Sea Collection, your new premium, eco-friendly line? Carsten: It’s simple. We always want to challenge the normal thinking about how sneakers are made. We work intensively on new materials and trends and when we realised it was possible to develop fish leather for sneakers we decided to take it all the way. We started to work with a small tannery on Iceland that found the recipe for how fish leather can become usable and not only fish soup. The development started and we realised it was possible to make an outstanding look with this waste product. In the end we realised that we just created the material that fitted 100 per cent with the core element that we believe describes our brand. Fashion comes first and we want to make more than just a sneaker! Why did you decide to use fish leather for your new collection and how does it differ from regular leather? Carsten: The main difference compared to regular leather is the look. The fish leather has an outstanding 3D textured look which becomes even more unique when you use the shoe. It goes hand in hand with the fashion element that we always pay attention to. Secondly, using fish leather makes the shoe even more sustainable compared with using regular leather. We are able to tan the leather with zero per cent CO2 release. The result is a sneaker that is more

than just a regular shoe. From a technical perspective we are now able to tan the leather to become approximately 10 times stronger than regular leather.

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Who are your main stockists and why is the UK market important to you as a brand? Carsten: The UK market was very important to WODEN but also regarded one of the hardest to penetrate, meaning the team to launch the brand was a really important factor to get right. The plan presented to us for the market back in 2015 by Last Agencies was to launch with some of the best independents in the UK, and build the brand slowly in the right way. We agreed, and thats where it began. The team have positioned us as one of the entry point brands in many of the premium ladies boutiques we are stocked in, including The Dressing Room, Sunday Best, Tessuti, Psyche, Accent, Gerrards, Busby & Fox and Woodie & Morris. They are also planning to launch our men's line into the UK market for a/w 17. We have approximately 40 independent boutiques in the UK now and are looking forward to meeting many more at Scoop. What can buyers expect from your a/w 17 collection? Carsten: We do not want this concept to become something we just talk about! We want to make sure that fish leather sneakers are someting that can be purchased at the same prices as other premium sneakers and not only in limited editions. This will become realistic from a/w 17. For the a/w 17 collection we have also managed to include recycled rubber in all our rubber outsoles in the entire line. Whilst we aren’t yet a 100 per cent eco brand, we do aim each season to be a brand that does more in terms of sustainability and the environment, but one which doesn’t forgo style and fashion to do so. What are you looking forward to the most about exhibiting at Scoop this season? Carsten: Speaking to the team in the UK, it has been about sticking to their initial plan and getting WODEN in front of the retailers that were originally targeted. Then the product has done the rest. When retailers have seen WODEN, most have bought into the brand immediately. Likewise, due to how our brand looks, when WODEN is in store its always so visible, and our retailers do a really amazing job showcasing us via social media, so sell through has been nothing short of incredible. So really, we are so excited to be at an amazing show like Scoop, as it allows us the opportunity to showcase ourselves to a much wider appropriate audience. And I’m sure after it, we will have considerably grown the WODEN family.


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Into The Night T H I N K I TA L I A N RENAISSANCE - RICH A U T U M N A L V E LV E T S , B R O C A D E S , M E TA L L I C EMBROIDERIES AND S AT I N S I N WA R M SHADES OF RED, AMBER AND COPPER

GESTUZ

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LULU GUINNESS

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ANECDOTE

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CHIARA MARTINELLI BIJOUX

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Inside Scoop ANGELA CAPUTI FOUNDER OF ANGELA CAPUTI GIUGGIÙ

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ngela Caputi established her Florence-based company in 1975 and today is one of the industry’s most recognised names in the world of haute couture costume jewellery. Angela is renowned for working with various materials to create distinctive designs in a combination of colours and textures. Angela designs her creations from her workshop situated near the Ponte Vecchio in the old town of Florence, taking some of her inspiration from American films of the 1940s. Angela Caputi has caught the attention of both haute couture stylists and museums. Her creations have been exhibited in Florence and New York, including in the Galleria del Costume in Florence and the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Selections from the Iris Barrel Apfel Collection. Ahead of the autumn/winter 2017 edition of Scoop, we spoke to Angela Caputi and explored the story behind her acclaimed jewellery label. How would you describe your brand? Elegant, sophisticated but also fun. What was the inspiration behind your latest collection? Peggy Guggenheim’s art exhibition From Kandinsky to Pollock. I also have two other collections this season, inspired by Africa.

Is there anyone you would love to see wearing your designs? All women are important to me. What is the ethos behind your brand? Handmade, unique products, made in Italy. What is your favourite piece from your collection and why? I love my Black Giraffa collection. It is so fun and quirky. Is there another designer whose work you particularly admire? I admire and respect all designers for their work and creativity. What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given? To do it my way. What has been your greatest achievement as a designer? Pieces from my collection being worn and loved by women all over the world. Why exhibit at Scoop? What sets it apart from other fashion trade shows? Scoop is a beautiful show. It is unique and different from other trade shows. I love the combination of fashion and art at the Saatchi Gallery.

How would you describe your customer base? Strong, sophisticated and cultured women.

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Notebook F U LV I A G A L B U S E R A , B U Y E R AT I TA L I A N D E PA R T M E N T S T O R E G R O U P L A R I N A S C E N T E , SHARES WITH US HER SCOOP TOP PICKS…

GUSHLOW & COLE

HARRIS WILSON

GUSHLOW & COLE

“Very French. I love this

““I like this luxury British shearling collection with its strong

collection from Paris

use of colour and design”

which I find very chic and well priced”

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HARRIS WILSON GRÓA

GRÓA

“I am a huge fan of Danish designers and will be looking at this interesting collection which has developed over the past few years”

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A Scoop of Chelsea

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Visitor Information S H O W D AT E S 12 – 14 February 2017 OPENING HOURS 9.30am – 6pm Sunday 9.30am – 6pm Monday 9.30am – 4pm Tuesday ADDRESS Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Road, London, SW3 4RY F R O M O LY M P I A L O N D O N Suggested route if travelling from Olympia London to the Saatchi Gallery: Walk to West Kensington Underground (7 minutes away) and take the district line to Sloane Square Underground. The Saatchi Gallery is a 5 minute walk away.

TRAIN The nearest mainline railway station is Victoria. It is a 10 – 12 minute walk from the gallery. TUBE The Saatchi Gallery is a 3 – 4 minute walk from Sloane Square Underground (District and Circle lines) and a 10 – 12 minute walk from Victoria (Victoria, District and Circle lines). HOTEL To help you plan your visit to Scoop, we have handpicked a selection of hotels located near to the Saatchi Gallery. Our selection of hotels have all been personally reviewed. Visit www.scoop-international.com for exclusive rates and updates to help you get the very best out of the show!

BUS 11, 19, 22, 49, 211, 319 (King’s Road). 11, 137, 211 (Lower Sloane Street).

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Four Floors W

ith four floors of fashion, this season’s show promises to be bigger and better than ever. Make sure you give yourself enough time to discover autumn/winter 2017’s most sought after collections.

Courtyard Gallery

COURTYARD GALLERY

COURTYARD GALLERY

Ground Floor Gallery

GALLERY 3

GALLERY 2

GALLERY 4

GALLERY 1

GALLERY 5

ENTRANCE

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of Fashion First Floor GALLERY 10

CHAMPAGNE BAR

GALLERY STORE

GALLERY 6

GALLERY 8

GALLERY 7

Second Floor

GALLERY 14

GALLERY 13

RESTAURANT

MEZZANINE GALLERY

GALLERY 11

GALLERY 12

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27 MILES / 88 & HALF / A-MM-E STUDIO / AGNELLE / AIRFIELD / ALE WALSH / ALICE IN PERFUME / AMA PURE CASHMERE / AMINA RUBINACCI / AMUSE / ANDIA FORA / ANECDOTE / ANGELA CAPUTI GIUGGIÙ / ANIA SCHIERHOLT / ANNA + NINA / ANNA MARIA PITT / ARGENTIA JEWELS / ATELIERS DE LA MAILLE / BALOSSA / BARAZANDEH PARIS / BEATRICE B / BEATRICE HANDMADE / BIARRITZ 1961 CASHMERE / BIRGITTE HERSKIND / BKLYN / BLUNDSTONE / BOLONGARO TREVOR / BRAVE LOTUS / BY MALINA / CABINET JEWELLERY / CACHAREL / CANDICE COOPER / CAROLINE SVEDBOM / CATHERINE ANDRE / CATHERINE OSTI / CÉLIA BROWN / CHABAUD - MAISON DE PARFUM / CHAN LUU / CHARLOTTE SIMONE / CHIARA MARTINELLI BIJOUX / CHRISTIAN LACROIX / CHRISTOPHE SAUVAT / CHUPI / CIARA SILKE ACCESSORIES / COCOROSE LONDON / COCOWAI / CONDITIONS APPLY / CONNOCK LONDON / COQOCHI / CORITA ROSE / COSI / COSTER COPENHAGEN / COVE / DAHLIA RAZZOOK / DEA KUDIBAL / DECADORN / DEE DI VITA TURBANS / DES PETITS HAUTS / DOLCEROOPA / DOM GOOR / DR DENIM / DUET / DUFFY NY / ECHO NEW YORK / EDWARD ACHOUR PARIS / ELLIOT RHODES / ENGLISH WEATHER / FALKE / FEE G STUDIO / FONNESBECH / FREE PEOPLE / FREYA ROSE / FURLA SILKS / GARMENT PROJECT / GESTUZ - SANNE SEHESTED / GIZELLE RENEE / GO SILK / GOAT / GOOSE / GRENSON / GROA / GUSHLOW & COLE / HARRIS WILSON / HARTFORD / HAYLEY MENZIES / HILARY GRANT / HUDSON LONDON / HUNKY DORY / ILSE JACOBSEN HORNBAEK / IN.NO / INTUITION PARIS / INUIKII / IRIA DE ANA / ITEM M6 / IVY KIRZHNER / IVYLEE COPENHAGEN / JAMIN PUECH / JEFF / JESSICA RUSSELL FLINT / JOCASI LONDON / JOHN RICHMOND / JOVONNA LONDON / JULIE FAGERHOLT HEARTMADE / JULIE SION / JUST FEMALE / JUST IN CASE / KAPTEN & SON / KARL DONOGHUE / KARMA OF CHARME / KATE SHERIDAN / KILT HERITAGE / KING & TUCKFIELD / KINROSS CASHMERE / KIRSTIN ASH / KNITSS / KRISTENSEN DU NORD / KUDIBAL COPENHAGEN / LANCASTER / LAUREN MOSHI / LAYLALEIGH / LES 100 CIELS / LES FILLES D’AILLEURS / LIBERTINE LIBERTINE / LILITH / LILY AND LIONEL / LILY AND ROSE / LISA EDOFF / LISA TAYLOR / LITTLE ROTTERS / LO LA LE PARIS / LOU ANDREA / LOVECHILD 1979 / LULU GUINNESS / MACKAGE / MAISON F PARIS / MAISON LABICHE / MALA ALISHA / MALIHA LONDON / MANILA GRACE / MANTERO 1902 / MARC AUREL / MARCHA HÜSKES / MARION FOALE / MARUTI / MATTHEW CALVIN / MAYA MAGAL LONDON / MERCULES / MERCY DELTA / MILA & JAMES / MILLE FRYDENBERG / MINNETONKA / MIRABELLE / MLS BY AGNELLE / MOS MOSH / MOUNIR LONDON / N12H / NADIA MINKOFF LONDON / NEWGATE WATCHES / NIGEL PRESTON / NINE: IN THE MORNING / NOBIS / O. YANG / OAKWOOD / ON THE RISE / ONJENU / OUIGAL / P448 / PARAJUMPER / PARKA LONDON / PARKER SMITH / PATRIZIA BONFANTI / PH15 / PHILIP ARMSTRONG / PINK POWDER / POM AMSTERDAM / PRET POUR PARTIR / PRIMROSE PARK / PUROTATTO / PYRUS / QUINTON CHADWICK / REFINED DELUX / RELIGION / REPETTO / RIANI / RICK RHE / RIEN BY PENNY VOMVA / ROISIN LINNANE / ROSIE FORTESCUE JEWELLERY / ROSSO 35 / RUTH EROTOKRITOU / S FOR SHOKO / S’WELL / SAMIRA JAFARI JEWELLERY / SAMSOE SAMSOE / SANSOEURS / SB LONDON / SEASON BY HOTEL PARTICULIER / SECOND FEMALE / SEE CONCEPT / SEN / SEVEN BOOT LANE / SOIA & KYO / SONIA DE NISCO / SOUL KATHRINÉ / SPACE STYLE CONCEPT / ST ERASMUS / STELLA FOREST / SUPREMA / SUSANNAGH GROGAN ACCESSORIES / THE MIX / THE SOHO FURRIER / THREE FLOOR / THURLEY / TILLY SVEAAS / TISSA FONTANEDA / TRAFFIC PEOPLE / TRANSIT PAR SUCH / UNE A UNE / UNO DE 50 / UNREAL FUR / VIBEKE SCOTT / VIVIENNE WESTWOOD / VOW LONDON / WHITE NOISE / WHYCI / WODEN / WYSE LONDON / XSJ LONDON / ZACCYS LONDON / ZENA PRESLEY / ZETTERBERG COUTURE / ZIIO JEWELLERY AND MANY MORE...

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