Pamela Love

Pamela Love’s creations are deeply spiritual and intuitive. Astronomy, astrology, alchemy, botany, the American South West and the architecture of her hometown – New York City – all heavily influence the designer. But jewellery design was not the original career path that she chose. She first received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Experimental Film and Art Direction from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and then, after graduation, worked as an art director and painting assistant to the renowned painter Francesco Clemente

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About the designer

Pamela has been nominated for many awards and most recently, in 2013, was the recipient of the CFDA Swarovski Award for Accessory Design. Also, over the years, the designer has collaborated with a wide range of acclaimed and emerging artists, designers and retail brands including Creatures of the Wind, Zadig & Voltaire and Opening Ceremony

How we curate our

contemporary designers


Every designer we showcase at Auverture has a signature, defined by the recognisable style and knowledge that sets them apart from the rest


We believe jewellery tells a story, not just about your style but about who you are. That’s why our curators build collections that speak to the past, present and future of influential design


Creating jewellery is an artform and we’re committed to celebrating that. Each piece we curate is technically exceptional, crafted with expertise, skill and creativity


As a platform looking to the future, it’s important that all of our designers align with our eco-conscious mission. As a result, the pieces we curate are always purposeful and always ethical


Why we curated this designer

In 2007, she began making jewellery in her Brooklyn apartment and today has a full production facility in her Manhattan studio. “There’s something so personal about jewellery,” she explains, claiming ear jackets as something she personally pioneered. “The connection between the wearer and the piece is powerful and emotional in a way that you don’t find with other mediums. Jewellery is something you keep forever and pass down to your children"