Anne Lehmann is a Creative Director based in Los Angeles

Anne Lehmann works with artists and creative companies to refine their visual universe. Throughout her career, her focus has been to lift brands with artistic elegance.


Anne's force is to carve out the essence of a brand, shape it into a clear strategy and unfold it into a visual concept. 

From 2008-2017 she worked for the internationally awarded Scandinavian design company Normann Copenhagen. Here she developed her expertise as an art director and designer. Her role as the creative lead was focused on the continuous development of the visual identity of the brand.

Anne's career began while still attending fashion school by working for Danish Fashion Institute, now called Global Fashion Agenda, as a part of the production team behind Copenhagen Fashion Week.

In 2007 Anne opened her first business, where she created graphic design for brands in Copenhagen. Her work led to a position at the Danish fashion brand Holly’s, where she assisted the head designer in the creation of the collections.


Since the beginning of Anne's career in 2006, she has been involved in a wide range of collaborations with leading brands incl: 


Maison Margiela

Veuve Clicquot

Copenhagen Fashion Week

Danish Fashion Institute

Stine Goya

Normann Copenhagen


Rika Studios

Kunsthal Charlottenborg

Tom Dixon

Chart Art Fair

Poppy Kalas

Copenhagen Contemporary

Tsumori Chisato


Anne’s work has been featured in numerous international publications incl:

Wallpaper, The New York Times, ElleElle Décor, Dansk, Milk Magazine, Marie ClaireThe Dieline, DAMN, GQTrendland, FrameDezeen.

Wallpaper Design Award: Anne led the art direction of the campaign images for the award-winning product line Daily Fiction by design studio Femmes Regionales.


Anne's work is exhibited at Design Museum Denmark in the permanent exhibition Danish Design Now that covers contemporary Danish design from the 21st century.


Anne has an MA from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. The focus during her education was on weaving consciousness into fashion and branding.

Prior to her master's degree, Anne took an education as a Design Technologist from Copenhagen School of Design and Technology.