Lausanne is something I worked on for about half a year. Her character borrows from classic Didot examples with a hint of Copperplate and my idea here was ignited by the high contrast logotypes of famous luxury brands like Prada or Louis Vuitton.
I followed the established rules while allowing myself some quirkiness that (I hope) adds a bit of a playful voice of the typeface.
Lausanne covers the following Unicode blocks:
C0 Controls and Basic Latin
C1 Controls and Latin-1 Supplement
Spacing Modifier Letters
Latin Extended Additional
Personal vs Commercial Use
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