One down and three to follow… life in the Fashion circuit

Months of preparation lead to 3 pinnacle days that more or less make or break a season. We may be well versed at the art of prepping for the Fashion shows but each time they seem to come around quicker than expected, each with their own set of problems, always equally nerve racking as they are exciting.

Scoop International at the Saatchi Gallery, our chosen London show, opened its doors to a select group of UK and International buyers on Sunday 31st Jan, offering buyers 3 days of previewing, shortlisting and buying AW2016 collections.

From stand ‘dress rehearsals’ at our studio to public showing, these images capture the essence of what we did, how we did it and what we anticipate to be our stand out ‘leaders’ for winter 2016.

Studio ‘dress rehearsal’ as we pre plan our stand display:

jewellery-dress-rehearsal

The grand entrance at The Saatchi, red carpet and all, don’t see many like this one:

Entrance

Beautiful floral display at the registration desk:

Flowers

Our stand, after a day of pre-show dressing, ready for the opening day:

bags-on-stand

jewellery-on-stand

Our brand new The Brixton back pack was a big favourite:

grey-backpack

Smart and right for the Monochrome set, our new The Putney , top handle bag

top-handle

Decisions, decisions- our new Kate Cocktail ring and cut crystal rings look so good together

rings

Smart and classy in black silk, Flamenco heals and our Cognac The richmond Midi tote

The Richmond cognac

 

Next up for Nadia Minkoff London? another show at London Fashion Week, an overseas show and INDX (Independent Dept store show). Fashion Circuit or treadmill? We’ll tell you the rest of the details as our season progresses and let you decide.

 

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