Scoop NYC Fall 2015 Style Report


NEW YORK, July 29, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Scoop NYC has created its fall 2015 Style Report to highlight our selection of coveted pieces for the upcoming season, styled together to create a wardrobe that feels inspired and looks effortlessly chic. Featuring a mix of designer, emerging brands, and contemporary ready-to-wear along with Scoop's private label, we wanted to present curated collections for men and women that are both trend-savvy and timeless from our "ultimate closet".

You can link to the Style Reports here
Fall Style Report - For Him
Fall Style Report - For Her

For our women's collections we fell in love with the shades of the 70's from olive greens to burnt oranges and dark browns while infusing looks with black and white, neutrals and bursts of electric blue. Women can find the undercurrent of the Haute Punk trend that adds a moodiness and edge to her wardrobe but keeps it as sophisticated as it can be subversive. But whether she is feeling a bit of a romantic bohemian or a nonchalant punk, we give women easy ways to take her wardrobe from day to night and answer to all aspects of her lifestyle. Highlighted designers and brands include O'2nd, Sonia Rykiel, Stuart Weitzman, Veronica Beard, Stateside, Carven, Chloe, Thakoon, Zac Posen, Tess Giberson and more.

Men's looks for the season are layered and textured from lightweight merinos to chunky knitwear. Greys and blues dominate the palette with neutrals, khakis and military greens throughout. From structured blazers to leather shirting and jackets, men are looking classic but with ease, comfort and just a little edginess. And sneakers are seen for casual to dressy, as they come in such a wide variety of styles and looks. Highlighted designers and brands include PS by Paul Smith, AMI, Stone Island, Buttero, J. Lindeberg, John Varvatos, Paul Smith, Eidos, Iro, Belstaff, DSquared2 and more.

Scoop NYC, the Ultimate Closet, offers a signature-curated assortment of men's and women's luxury designer, contemporary apparel and accessories. With the first store opening in 1996 in New York's SoHo neighborhood, Scoop has since expanded to three additional Manhattan locations and has 17 stores across the US.

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For more information please contact Jennifer Talbott, Director of Marketing and Communications for Scoop NYC 212.937.9710 x324

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