Pamela Love Debuts Her Divine Feminine Collaboration With a Trio of Supermodels
Designers often speak about creating their singular “dream” collection, and in jeweler Pamela Love’s case, hers was more of a group effort. Today, the 2011 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund runner-up is releasing her fantasy collaboration with supermodels Ebonee Davis, Jasmine Tookes, and Sara Sampaio. The twelve-piece collection titled Divine Feminine is inspired by strong women, and Love worked closely with each model on the designs, which include yellow gold charm hoops, double ear cuffs, and chain necklaces with pendants made from pearls, opals, and cowrie shells. All of the pieces are priced under $700, with a percentage of the profits going to women-focused charities specially chosen by Love’s collaborators. The organizations include Project LETS, Black Girls Rock, and Daughter.
The idea, according to Love, was to highlight each woman’s personality and her personal style while also underscoring the importance of female empowerment. The divine feminine, as it’s been defined in mythology, is about celebrating a woman’s goddess energy and her importance to humanity. It’s something that Love has often honored in her designs, but in teaming up with a trio of women who truly embody that kind of energy and empowerment, the designer amplified that message and made her true dream collection come true.
As she explains, “It has been such an amazing experience to collaborate with these three women who are just as beautiful on the inside as they are on the outside.” She adds, “They each brought such a unique and thoughtful point of view to the table, and each of their charities highlight causes that are so important right now.”