Isobel Van Dyke is a freelance journalist that has written for the likes of i-D, Teen Vogue, British Vogue, The Face, and LOVE Magazine, with a focus mainly on LGBTIQ+ topics, nightlife and fashion. Based in London, Isobel graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2020 with a First Class Honours. She has worked for The Financial Times, The Sunday Times Style, The Gentlewoman, Mary Fellowes and Christopher Kane. For her final degree project, Isobel is launching a new LGBTQ+ magazine, for and about the community. The magazine is a celebration of the new syllabus being taught in schools across England from September—teaching students about LGBTQ+ relationships and identity. The publication is made up of interviews with LGBTQ+ teachers and teenagers across the country, as well as queer fashion designers, photographers, musicians and artists.