London Fashion Week 2016 - Accessories at Scoop London


Scoop London is by Scoop International Fashion Shows during London Fashion Week. It a tradeshow (B2B exhibition) that provides a platform for many upcoming designers and brands to open up and spread their network in London, supported by British Fashion Council. So, here are some of the brands that caught my attention at Scoop and I'm segregating the posts according to products, beginning with 'Accessories' except Shoes!!!

The first brand that blew my mind was Vera Givel, which is also the name of the designer. She's from Milan, Italy and she makes handbags. The specialty - she paints each and every one of them all by herself. So obviously there's no mass production; she makes few and those few are unique and special. Regular readers do know that I dig into anything that's handmade. Some are also enhanced with some crystals and embroidery.
The next one that I was totally attracted to was called Brand Native! Brand Native is by Claudia Correa Bell. They're into handmade bags made by artisans from Guajira, Columbia. They are handcrafted by the indigenous Wayuu community there and it takes 2-4 weeks to complete each bag which is made of cotton.

A brand that actually made me think of Indian crafts was Buba and guess what, they manufacture the products in New Delhi! Buba makes handbags and few accessories which are all exquisitely hand embroidered with zardozi work - sequins, beads and metals hand embroidered on leather.
Regular readers also know that I love big watches and when I saw these chunky beauties by Newgate, I couldn't stop drooling. 
Claudia Meller is a young lady who makes beautiful printed scarves and Village is a brand of stunning bags. Those leopard print tote bags and matching envelope clutches are to die for.

Jocasi London is a brand by Victoria Weir who makes extremely lightweight leather & snake skin bags. The lining she gives is non leather to keep the weight as low as possible. Gala Gloves makes adorable gloves in so many more techniques - laser cut, lace, hand embroidery, ribbon work, mix of leather and chunky knits etc.
More accessories, shoes, clothes and much more coming up soon. Stay tuned!!



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18 comments

  1. I really dig the bags - each of them are so unique and ofcourse the watches are great thought they looks a lot like me of my Fake watch from Thailand

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  2. The snake skin bags are the once that my g.f loves :p . But this time(after reading this post) I will surely gift her with a handbag designed by Vera Givel.

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  3. Oh, they are beautiful bags and purses. I love the second one, with etchings and floral designs. -Claire

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  4. Those artisan bags are really nice. Would love to have them. The first ones are also gorgeous!

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  5. Wow, those are some gorgeous bags and I love those clutches! They would really dress up any outfit, even jeans!

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  6. Wow so many nice accessories, I love the clutch from the Scoop. They are so pretty.

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  7. The watches look great -- very classic and vintage. I don't know if my wife will like the bags in the photos. Shed like to handle them first personally before deciding.

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  8. I'm really loving those intricately designed clutches and bags! I'm all about colors and fun!

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  9. Those bags by Vera Givel are truly beauties! i love the intricacy of each painting in each bag, and how the embellishments like stones enhance the pieces.

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  10. i love the detailing in all of the items photographed! they are beautifully made

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  11. The handmade bag looks really special and also colorful. These could really help spice up your outfit.

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  12. I have a weak spot for wallets, bags, and purses and these are just so nice. My favorite would be the ones from Scoop London. The wallets are exquisite!

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  13. These accessories are so so beautiful and tempting!!! Columbian bags are too good! Glad to see New Delhi's name in London Fashion Week.

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  14. Gosh,such an amazing opportunity to meet the designers with their works! Really love those hand painted bags.

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  15. Gosh,such an amazing opportunity to meet the designers with their works! Really love those hand painted bags.

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  16. Love the collection and what a brilliant opportunity to meet the big hands behind the se gorgeous piece of work.

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  17. So love the bag collections. I really love shoes and bags, and what I like about the bags here is that it is very unique and artistic!

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  18. Nice collection, not exactly my kind of fashion, but definitely individualistic. I am still not exactly a fan of real skin as I find it quite cruel~

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