Lana Marks - Early Life

Early Life

She was born in East London, South Africa but now resides in Palm Beach, Florida. Her father was a property developer. She attended Clarendon High School in East London and was known for being a high achiever academically. She was a keen tennis player, representing the United States.

She is the CEO and designer of Lana Marks, a fashion accessories brand that specializes in exotic leathers, and is a member of CFDA. She is married to psychiatrist Dr. Neville Marks.

Lana Marks has been a commentator on awards shows including VH1’s The Fabulous Life Presents: Red Carpet Excess.

She was friends with Diana, Princess of Wales.

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