Isabel David

  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom

About me


I am due to complete my degree this July in Textile design for Fashion and Interior, specialism stitch, where I completed briefs and projects for Unique Style Platform, Textile Environmental Design, The Fashion and Textile Museum and Philippa Wagner, an international colour project with links in Mexico and studied popular culture, Consumption and environmental design. I have also been lucky to work with The Design Museum, The Ideas Foundation, FAD Fashion Futures, Vidal Sassoon, Wella, Albert Patrony and The White Chapel Gallery where I worked with a group on a curating project. With each of these projects I have become deadline driven with strong time management skills. I have the Ability to think both creatively and analytically, an excellent work ethic, ability to multitask and I’m a team player, confidently able to build relationships with internal and external teams. While my degree has taught me to identify my own creative voice, I have strong knowledge of brands and seasonal trends, which advanced during my internship at luxury jewellery brand By Alona, as well as knowledge of Social/Cultural Trends (fashion, art, music, pop culture, celebrities, news, etc.). To each project and opportunity I have brought enthusiasm, excellent communication skills and an in-depth knowledge of fashion and textiles. Designers and artists such as Burberry, Hussein Chalayan, Alexis Bittar, Eva Hesse, Joseph Beuys and Juergen Teller, really have inspired me and enhanced my passion for the industry with their innovative collections. Ultimately I want to learn about the fashion industry. I want to know what makes people tick, how to run a successful business or brand and to enhance my own creativity.



  • Fashion
  • Events
  • Marketing PR
  • Design
  • Office
  • Word
  • Social Media
  • Textiles
  • Blog Articles
  • Admin Assistant

Work history


PR & Admin Assistant

By Alona

May 2014
  • • Assisting the designer by providing administrative assistance. Assisting the designer by providing administrative assistance in the day to day running of the studio and business • Maintaining the studio workspaces ensuring they are tidied, well stocked and ready for use: including maintaining the website, inventory and contact lists. • Keeping all press up to date via social media, press books and look books. Keep the public, buyers and press informed of all activity. • Processing all press requests, press and online orders as well as assisting with wholesale orders. • Supporting the designer in pulling together mood boards, photo shoots, international shows/trade shows, look books, blog posts and any other needed research. • Offering additional logistical and administrative support to the designer during peak periods eg: look book or show preparation. • Forming relationships with buyers, press and potentially interested clients. I also support the designer in forming ideas to push the business forward and with any other tasks she may need assistance with.


Duty Manager

Iceland Foods

Aug 2009 - Sep 2014


Trainee Leader

Girl Guides Association

Apr 2005 - Aug 2010


Work Experience

Ideas Foundation

May 2005 - Nov 2007


Work Placement


Jun 2005 - Jun 2005


Work Placement

Design Museum

May 2005 - May 2005



Textile Design for Fashion and Interior

University of the Arts, London

Aug 2012 - Jun 2015


    Foundation Diploma in art and Design, Textiles with Fashion

    City and Islington College

    Aug 2011 - Jun 2012



      Best duty manager


      Best duty manger


      Jack Petchey award

      Jack Petchey Foundation