• MC Women / Lana Morrison

    Lana Morrison in Toteme Gervasi Top and Jacquemus La Jupe Mamao Skirt worn throughout

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    Lana Morrison

    • With an eye for proportion and conceptually-driven form, Auckland-based creative Lana Morrison (@lanamerlemorrison) has an innate approach to style. After studying Fine Arts Morrison now lends her eye as Brand Manager to Auckland-based furniture design studio Douglas & Bec. Her weekends are spent walking the shoreline of Waihi Beach near her family home or sailing Auckland's harbour, with her partner, fashion designer, Wynn Hamlyn.

    • - What do you do?

      Recently, I started a new role as Brand Manager for the Furniture Design Studio, Douglas and Bec.

      - Where did you grow up and where do you live now?

      I grew up in Hamilton and have been living in Auckland for about six years now.

      - What is your approach to dressing?

      Practicality plays an important part in my dressing - I really try to be as effortless as possible, to keep it simple with a classic pair of shoes.

      - Daily essentials?

      Rosehip Oil, Sunscreen, Maison Louis Marie - No.04 Bois de Balincourt Perfume Oil, Wynn Hamlyn Socks and One of his Perino Jumpers.

  • Close up of Toteme and Jacquemus

  • "...keep it simple with a classic pair of shoes"

    • - What are you currently reading / watching / listening to?

      Reading : Too Much And Not The Mood by Durga Chew-Bose
      Watching : Call Me By Your Name by Luca Guadagnino
      Listening : Russell Brand's podcast Under the Skin - so good!

      - Where did you last travel to, and where do you hope to visit this year?

      Last year I joined my partner's family on a holiday to Greece, London and Italy. I'm hoping this year to return to Europe... specifically, Paris.

      - Most treasured item?

      My rose gold pendant necklace. It's a family cross from my mother's side - hand crafted and engraved.

      - Most treasured moment?

      Every summer I spend with my family at Waihi Beach.

Lana Morrison shot on film by Yasmine Ganley