Rediscover the lost world of Lana's postwar design classics.
Lana MacKinnon is a forgotten star of the postwar British design zeitgeist. Part of the arts and crafts set, MacKinnon was a cherished texile designer of her time which led her to be a hit in the '40s and 50s, her quirky and engaging style led her to work with design greats such as Patrick Heron and Graham Sutherland. She went on to enjoy commissions for the V&A'S celebrated 1946 'Britain Can Make It' exhibition as well as for the prestigious "Festival of Britain".
Born in 1920s Scotland, it was Lana's early travels to Scandinavia and then Paris that established her signature style.