Born in Montreal, the Canadian fashion designer grew up with her two sisters, thus her twin sister. She already draws at 9 years her first sketches, captivated by fashion magazines. Cégep Marie-Victorin and École supérieure de mode de Montréal opens her the doors of the technic and creativity.
She discovers a world between art, fashion and technology while working for fashion designer Ying Gao in Montreal. In 2007, she is selected as a finalist at the Tokyo New Designer Fashion Grand Prix competition. The following year, she works as an assistant for Valérie Dumaine in Montreal and Bless in Paris. She won the same year the 1st prize at La Biennale Internationale Du Lin de Portneuf which led her to Brussels. In Brussels, she refines her skills beside David Szeto, who will teach her new draping technics. Passing through Sofie D' Hoore’s atelier, Isabelle then collaborate with Marc Philippe Coudeyre. She stands for two consecutive years in the competition Customisez-Moi organized by Bernard Gavilan, whose dynamism encourages young designers and gives them the opportunity to make memorable encounters. In 2013, she earn a place in final of "Who’s Dressing An Pierlé" competition organized by Elle Belgium magazine. It’s in September 2013, while working for different houses as a freelancer, that she decides to launch her own collection of ready-to-wear.
Fluid and structured cuts are mixed harmoniously. Each piece is essentially crafted in materials of natural fibers of great qualities and is produced in Belgium.
Isabelle Giroux delivers a modern et confortable style. A minimalist collection with soul.