Meet the Team
Meet our lovely and dedicated team members at Lily Luna, and find out who is working hard behind the scenes for you. If you haven’t met any of us yet, make sure you say hello when pop in the shop next time. We will be delighted to meet you!
Di – Founder & Owner
As the founder of Lily Luna, Di carried the dream of opening the most stylish jewellery boutique in the capital, offering the most exciting contemporary jewellery from independent designers as well as eclectic stunning bridal adornments handcrafted by experienced local artisans.Di spends lots of her time visiting fashion and wedding shows around the country, keeping up with the latest trends, discovering the most exciting new designs, working with some of the best artisans in the country to ensure that our clients have the best and most complete jewellery and bridal collection at their disposal. Di works closely with other team members to ensure every order is handled carefully and with our full attention from the start to the end.
Diane became a member of the team back in 2013. With her background in event management, Diane has shown a strong interest in arranging in-store events and attending different shows where we meet new clients. Her lovely and friendly personality has won her lots of compliments from our customers and brides. Diane is also in charge of our twitter and Facebook pages, keeping our fans and friends updated with the latest news and exciting offers. If you ever come across her on twitter or Facebook, why not say hello?
Akvile – Designer
Akvile's metalwork is focused on the concepts of minimalism & sustainability while using traditional techniques in modern ways. It often takes a critical view of social issues, therefore she creates work with the intention to ask questions about gender, sexuality, jewellery and the body. She is particularly interested in challenging social norms surrounding jewellery: in both how it is worn and by whom. To do this she has tried to move away from dated ideas of separating adornments into either 'masculine' or 'feminine' by creating gender neutral pieces.