Diane Iannucci, Co-Founder of Sacred Heart
Diane Iannucci is a native Houstonian who got her start in the fashion and beauty industry in the late 70's working for the legendary Steve O'Cain. She then took her dreams to NYC with her 'BLUE VOODOO' accessory line. In the early 80's she would create a line of vinyl westernwear 'TEXGLAM' soon to be imitated in America and abroad. Her creations were seen in some of the first videos on MTV and were also featured in print in such magazines as Harper's Bazaar worn by Pat Benatar. 1990 took Diane to Florida were she was again a pioneer of the trendy South Beach nightlife. She was co-creator and operator of 'HOMBRE' South Beach's first exclusive gay bar. It's unique "bar" atmosphere set it apart from the existing dance clubs. After she and her partners sold 'HOMBRE' she landed in Seattle in 1993 where she met her soul mate and future husband Timothy Young. They pursued their creative dreams together in San Francisco before settling in Houston where they created SACRED HEART STUDIO. She now divides her time between over seeing daily operation of the piercing studio, collaborating on artistic projects with husband Tim and pursuing her interests in spiritualism, animal rights, and holistic health.