Pamela Love founded her eponymous jewelry line out of her Brooklyn home in 2007. Her earliest designs stemmed from a lifelong fascination with astrology, tarot, and folklore. Fluent in the visual language of symbols, Pamela explores jewelry from a point of storytelling. Informed by travel, the brand’s signature celestial, spiritual, and terrestrial motifs celebrate the ritual of wearing jewelry.
Pamela Love expanded from those Brooklyn roots to encompass a wide spectrum of adornment. In early 2020 the brand launched it’s first ever concept store in Paris. With the store came the launch of the Piercing Collection, filled with playful symbolism and crafted from recycled 14k gold. The Ceremonial Collection was introduced the following year, featuring one-of-a-kind, handmade engagement rings with diamonds personally selected by Pamela. The nomadic spirit that informed Pamela’s very first designs still anchors the iconic Fashion Collection and is complimented by the glimmering planetary motifs of the Fine Collection.
As Pamela Love has grown we have stayed mindful of our impact on the earth, using recycled metals and ethically-sourced, conflict-free stones. That mindfulness extends beyond the materials we use. The brand has launched several notable initiatives including fair trade production with artisans in Afghanistan via Turquoise Mountain and the fundraising trio of Divine Feminine collaborations. Jewelry should not only empower the wearer, but those who make it.