French transplant, Isabelle came to LA in the mid 90’s from Paris after spending a few years in London where she discovered her own sense of style and freedom of expression. Living in London in the late 80’s and 90’s was the ultimate playground for fashion and music. ID magazine, The Face magazine and house music were revolutionizing and fully burgeoning. After a few experiences modeling for designers such as Martin Margiela, Isabelle landed in LA where she established herself as a freelance stylist for over 8 years. She made her start in editorial magazines as well as working with world-renowned recording artists Eminem, Robbie Williams, Beth Orton. 
Wanting to venture off in different direction, Isabelle enrolled herself at Parsons the New School of Design in NYC to learn the trade of fashion design. It is there where she started her own fashion line Alms. After the birth of her daughter Manon, she accepted a design position at Joe’s Jeans were she stayed for over 4 1/2 years, helping to expend the brand from a denim company to a multi divisions brand, as well as handling the styling and contributed to the artistic direction of advertising for which the brand was known.
Isabelle continued her design career at Frame denim for almost 2 years where she landed the position of senior designer and help built their women’s collection division which includes woven, knits, cut and sew as well as outerwear.

Having decided to return to her freelance roots, today Isabelle provides her services to clients such as SPRWMN, Madeleine Thompson, Sundry to name a few. She works as a fashion consultant which includes services such as brand and design direction, trend forecasting, design curating and styling. She continues to travel the world with her daughter insuring she keeps herself inspired and her finger always on the pulse.