Brooke is smiling wearing layered necklaces, stacked bracelets and hoop earrings.



Sidney Garber, the son of a watch repairman, began what would become his fine jewelry house in Chicago in 1946. As a little girl, Brooke joined her father in the Sidney Garber store, standing behind the counter, watching him work. She traveled with him for years to the ateliers in Paris and Milan, meeting with the most esteemed craftsmen and designers. In 2008, Brooke inherited the business and opened an additional store in New York. As Sidney Garber's owner and creative director, she marries this heritage of quality and excellence with her modern eye, personal style, and sense of ease.

Brooke Garber Neidich donates all her profits to children’s mental health, the arts, women’s reproductive rights, and ending gun violence. In 2015, she was elected to the Council of Fashion Designers of America, Inc. (CFDA).

Sidney Garber has two stores: in New York City at 998 Madison Avenue, and in Chicago at 118 East Delaware