Lynn Mylou completed her studies at the University of Amsterdam with an invitation from Parsons The New School for Design in New York to follow a minor in social innovation design. During her 10 years of metropolitan life in cities like Amsterdam, Berlin and New York she was hired as a marketing, communication and strategy professional with expertise to target young early adopters in the music, film and fashion industry. When she didn’t find enough meaning in this field any longer she worked as an eco-manager to reduce the carbon footprint of film and advertising productions and designed a program to bridge the gap between innovators and big players in the construction industry which was honoured by the Doen Foundation
and implemented on the first cradle-to-cradle business park in Europe, Park 20 I 20. In 2016 she left the city behind to redefine luxury and implement a biomimicry living lab in rural Portugal in order to test and develop circular solutions that not only value returns on finance, but also on social capital, nature and inspiration. With a group of locals living in the Interior of Portugal she launched the project Wildlings early 2019 to provide a platform for environmental education as well as to inspire young people to move to the region which suffers greatly from human and natural desertification.