Good Charma founder Pamela Fink grew up admiring her grandmother’s exquisite baubles and the “lucky” charms her father brought home from his adventures abroad. However, it wasn't until she traveled to Indonesia as an adult that she decided to launch her own jewelry collection. During Fink’s 2003 visit to Bali, the U.S. announced its invasion of Iraq — a development that inspired the NYC-based designer to create glittering gold and sterling silver charm bracelets, Tibetan Medallion necklaces, message rings, and brightly colored printed scarves that promote peace and love. Today Fink’s clientele includes celebrities such as Madonna, Beyoncé, and Gwyneth Paltrow.
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