Loumina for sale at HUNT&SEEK

By: huntandseek  06-Dec-2011

After many years working in the design and fashion industry, brother and sister team, Philip & Louise Pilkington have come together to produce Loumina.
Louise has been working in the fashion industry for 21 years. From the Fashion Weeks of Paris, Milan and New York, to hair shows in Russia, USA and the Far East, she has won many awards for her avant-garde style. Lousie has owned the landmark Servilles Ponsonby salon for over 14 years. With the recent inception of Loumina, Louise & Philip have found another conduit to express their hunger for design using jewellery as a medium. "I have always been fascinated with jewellery for reasons of adornment. A beautiful piece of jewellery symbolises the different stages that have happened in your life, evoking emotions and faith." - LOUISE


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