Lauren Dickinson Clarke

Lauren Dickinson Clarke

Believing that homes should be 'the Gallery of you, your desires and your dreams,' Lauren Dickinson Clarke has created a stylish and covetable collection of fine bone china designed to arouse interest, spark conversation and engage the user's own creative vision.

Growing up in Henley-in-Arden, Lauren discovered a love for drawing and dreaming early on which persisted despite her family's suggestion that she should consider a career in dentistry. Instead, Lauren opted to explore her creative inclinations at university, studying for a degree in Fashion Design. It was here that she learned the beauty of crafting by hand, skills that helped her secure internships at leading fashion houses, Mary Katranzou and Hussein Chalayan, before taking up the ultimate position at McQueen. Five years later, driven by her creative vision and passion for drawing and crafting, Lauren established her own ceramic design studio and her first ceramic creation was born, The Creation of Madam.

Today Lauren resides in Belgravia where she continues her quest to immerse art and dreams into everyday living. The launch of her new collection 'Moody Muse’ features a range of whimsical designs inspired by prominent muses throughout art history. Speaking about the collection, Lauren remarked ‘We are thrilled with the new pieces. I wanted to create a series of stylish objects, full of personality and with a stylish emoji twist. I think we achieved just that.’ Lauren’s new and previous collections are currently sold across the globe with an increasing popularity in Korea, China and Japan.
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