New York philanthropist and art world executive Brooke Garber Neidich’s love for fine jewelry began when she was just six years old. She grew up polishing the jewelry cases in her father’s store in Chicago’s diamond district. Decades later, the Whitney Museum co-chair finds herself returning to her roots and carrying on the family tradition. Her latest collection revives the pieces Neidich adored most as a child: chunky gold cuffs, diamond feather earrings, and white-gold serpent bracelets of which Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen are fans. Each piece blends Neidich’s modern touch with the old-world charm and fine detail work synonymous with the Sidney Garber name—and there’s an added bonus, every penny made is donated to charity.