Brooke Garber Neidich, the creative director and owner of Sidney Garber, marries a legacy in fine jewelry with the modern sensibilities of a woman who loves, lives in, and expresses her style with jewelry.
In 2008, Brooke Garber Neidich inherited Sidney Garber, the fine jewelry house founded by her father in Chicago in 1946.
Brooke’s exacting eye and sense of quality are embedded in her DNA. Starting as a young girl, she watched and listened to her father, absorbing his principles of excellence. Sidney Garber held craftsmen in the highest esteem. He sought out the best stones, the finest cutters, the most creative setters, and the most inventive designers in the ateliers of Milan and Paris for each piece of Sidney Garber jewelry.
Brooke builds on the legacy of the house with her own aesthetic. As a woman who loves jewelry and wears it every day, she adds a sense of stylish comfort and ease to the Sidney Garber designs. The pieces are flexible, supple, with minimal clasps and zero fussiness.
Today, Brooke gives all her profits to not-for-profit organizations dedicated to children’s mental health, the arts, racial justice, and ending gun violence. In 2015 she was elected to the CFDA, the Council of Fashion Designers of America, Inc.