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 ln lauth is a research-based design studio investigating the historical, aesthetical, social and geographical forces shaping the discipline of design. The studio applies the same rigorous attention to context and details whether designing for a client’s brief or developing self-initiated projects. The studio’s practice embraces a broad spectrum of typologies and methods, through product design, fashion design, spatial design and creative consultancy.

ln lauth’s analytical nature translates in concept, products or visual outcomes. Her training at the Beaux-Arts of Bordeaux in Design and in fashion at the ESAA Duperré in Paris, have rooted the studio’s vision and methods. This also allows the studio to collaborate with an array of clients:luxury fashion brands, innovation labs, contemporary choreographers, craftsmans, art galleries and municipal townships.
This versatility combined with precise aesthetics and methods have previously oriented the founder, Hélène Lauth in the fashion industry towards the German founded brand BLESS. Then for over ten years, she worked as a researcher, iconographer, colorist and print/embrodery-designer with Felipe Oliveira Baptista at his namesake brand followed by his direction at the French houses of Lacoste.

In 2019, they pursued the collaboration at Kenzo and it is there ln lauth studio took new shape.


Their projects have been presented in 2023,Salon Del Mobile, better Together group show, Milan. 2022,Fuji Textile Week group show commissioned by Fumio Nanjo, Japan. 2016, The Mass, Flower Huddle,commissioned by Fujiwara Hiroshi, Japan. 2012, MONC group show commissioned by Becheau-Bourgeois to name a few.

This crossflow of knowledge and experience, from both their commercial contracts and their autonomous projects, have shown them and their clients the importance and richness that these practices bring to each other. It also allows ln lauth to pursue a unique perspective in the design industry.

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