Heading from down under, Izzy McKinlay first did a degree in Politics and international relations before finding her feet in Fashion. Upon graduating from the Central Saint Martins womenswear pathway this summer, she interned for the likes of Loewe and received scholarly support from Sarabande, The British Fashion Council and Swarowski. Her work is distinct, it could be described as a marriage between sculpture and sportswear. She herself describes it as a blend of conceptual fashion and sustainable ready-to-wear pieces. “It explores the interaction between minimalistic garments and the human body in motion,” she says.