We are delighted to be celebrating the centenary year of one of Britain’s most influential and well-loved 20th century designers.
Best-known for her textiles, Lucienne Day (1917 – 2010) was a virtuoso pattern designer and colourist, who worked in a variety of media including dress fabrics, table linen, carpets, wallpapers, china, and hand-crafted silk mosaics.
Our Lucienne Day centenary celebrations will reflect both the variety of her output and the warm appreciation of her work felt by so many people in so many different walks of life.
Under the umbrella of the Robin and Lucienne Day Foundation, museums and art galleries, universities and colleges, textile and design organisations, manufacturers and retailers across the country will be celebrating their Lucienne Day archives or collaborations in an ever-expanding programme of exhibitions, displays, events and product launches.
Lucienne Day 100 offers something for everyone. Whether you want to visit exhibitions, attend talks, buy designs, or contribute your images of Lucienne Day’s work on social media #LucienneDay100, please join us this year to celebrate Lucienne Day.