Check out our autumn lifestyle pictures including the Sand Storm Collection.
Round Table talk with Lili and other young entrepreneurs in the Millenáris StartUp Campus. Get to hear their interesting stories on how they started their own business, along with insider tips and information on how to run it successfully. See you there! 🙂 More information here: https://www.facebook.com/events/141778030106243/
Last month LIKO had a series of 6 evening events in collaboration with ERSTE BANK in Hungary. The exclusive Club event was held in the historical building of the Várkert Bazar in Budapest. LIKO participated with a few different collections. Check out the tanzanite, emerald and sapphire pieces along with other beauties.
We had the wonderful opportunity to collaborate with The Ritz Carlton Budapest and Fashion Blogger , Vivien Nagy aka Fiftypairofshoes for a fashion editorial shoot. Check out the cool pictures of luxury glam and sparkle set in the Carlton Suite. Photo credit: Zsofi Bodnar
Lili just recently completed a very special jewellery design course at GIA’s ( Gemological Institute of America) London campus. She was awarded a scholarship by GIA to complete the course. The course taught unique hand drafting and hand painting technique using water colour. This traditional hand painting skill is the method the world famous jewellery … Continue reading GIA Scholarship Graduation
LIKO’s new COMPASS collection debut at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week
The latest creation of Lili debuted last night on the unforgettable haute couture SENTIMENTS fashion show. Lili designed a full jewellery collection called “Sucre Soie” matching the fashion designers clothes.
Take a closer look at the booklet of our new campaign shoot.
This pair was designed on order for a very kind customer of mine. The stones were given by her and I had to create the perfect design to match her style and dreams….and of course to include my vision too. Citrin drops in yellow gold decorated with white diamonds.
"A few years ago when I visited the Louvre, I spotted a Renaissance Madonna with quite an unusual feature: she was wearing a ring on one of her fingers. Its perfection and simplicity inspired me to design a jewelry collection that radiates an equal measure of femininity and strength."