1. The Lounge

  2. LA Club Lacoste

  3. Stadium Goods

  4. Earthbound Studio


  1. Hypebeast x Salomon

  2. Tommy Hilfiger Archive

  3. Marc Jacobs Runway

  4. Fine Art

  5. Musical Artists


  1. Consolations in Color

  2. Notation

        Austin Aubry is a multi-disciplinary designer and creative working across fashion, product, and photography. His background is grounded in visual communication with a deep understanding of design systems, strategy, and execution. The space between an idea and execution is where the most stimulating questions arise and are what direct his process.
        He builds experiences that are constructed through research and human-centered design principles. Through rigorous investigation, his projects intertwine questions of lifestyle, worldbuilding, and culture. Clients include Lacoste, Tommy Hilfiger, Marc Jacobs, Hypebeast, Salomon Sportstyle, Stadium Goods, Bacardí, YSL Beauty, Cartier, and more.


MATTE Projects |  22-??

Junior Creative Technologist
Within |  21-22

Graphic Designer
ThenWhat |  21-22

Teaching Fellow
CA+P, University of Utah |  21-21

UX Researcher + Designer
University of Utah |  20-21

Graphic Designer
CA+P  |  19-20

Graphic Designer
HRE  |  19-20 


Honors Bachelor of Science, Multi-Disciplinary Design

University of Utah  |  2020


︎︎︎ austinlaubry(at)gmail.com
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4. HYPEBEAST x Tommy Hilfiger


Tommy Hilfiger

art direction


>                Tommy Hilfiger approached me to document their history apparel partnership with F1 racing teams over the decades, told through the lens of a Hypebeast editorial publication. To capture their team gear, I decided to shoot everything right in their archive to tell the story of the history behind the partnership. In combination with the location, I shot the pieces with a distinct Hypebeast style known for clean, high-contrast, and culturally relevant styling techniques.

Art Direction ⸻ I created each image with the archive front of mind, giving readers the feeling that they’re physically combing through the storage unit to discover hidden gems from the past 40 years of collaboration. Using ladders, freight elevators, and hallways of pieces built the visual world that’s distinctly Tommy and Hypebeast combined.