Scout Isensee is a wardrobe stylist based in Brooklyn, NY. As a native New Yorker and the daughter of Warren Isensee, a renowned oil painter, she was exposed to the NYC art scene at a very young age. Inspired by the creativity surrounding her, at the age of eleven she taught herself how to sew and began creating her own garments. In high school she gained recognition for her pieces, winning numerous awards at various costuming competitions. Scout then went on to study at the Fashion Institute of Technology. After receiving her AAS in Fashion Design, she moved on to London College of Fashion and earned her BA (Hons) in Costume for Performance. While studying there, she won two awards at the prestigious World of Wearable Art competition in Wellington, New Zealand for her costume, Unnamed Soldier 627.
After graduating, Scout returned to New York for the world of Broadway, dressing on shows including Matilda the Musical, The Book of Mormon, and Something Rotten!. Her costume designs were featured in the short documentary, Hilda, which was chosen to be a part of the TriBeCa Film Festival 2017.
Scout has now made her way into the world of fashion and editorial styling, a medium that has finally allowed her to feel creatively challenged and satisfied.