Jenna Kaës is a French designer specializing in creating objects that explore modern world mysteries. Her designs reflect on people's deepest desires, fears, and love while exploring contemporary ways to memorialize death. Kaës holds a master's degree in luxury and craftsmanship design from ECAL, a leading Swiss university. Her work is innovative and thought-provoking, pushing the boundaries of contemporary design. Her unique designs, with a focus on mysticism and the human psyche, have garnered attention from across the industry. Kaës has been featured in various exhibitions, including a group show at FRAC Occitanie in Toulouse in 2022. She completed a public commission to redesign 18 stained glass windows in the church of Monthuchon, Normandy, France. In 2021, she was part of the Delvaz project, curated by Jay Ezra. Her original and innovative work has made her a rising star in the world of contemporary design.