Girl power: say hello to Pomellato's Sisterhood

From princesses to show-jumping models, Pomellato’s Sisterhood Initiative led by Chiara Ferragni empowers women and promotes inclusiveness. 

  • A self-made business woman and model, Chiara Ferragni is a role model for a generation of women. With the Pomellato Sisterhood Initiative, she raises awareness of gender equality and encourages women to lead and questions stereotypes of beauty. Photo credit:  Cass Bird 
  • Emma Weymouth is the daughter of British socialite and Nigerian oil magnate and Chief who married Viscount Weymouth.  Bold and determined Emma has broken through the rigid boundaries of British aristocracy and established herself as a chef, model and philanthropist. Here she wears Iconica jewels by Pomellato. Photo credit: Cass Bird
  • Intrepid turban wearer and brand adviser, Helen Nonini combines her innate female sensitivity with marketing savvy to make her mark in the world from her Milan base. Here she wears Nudo jewels as part of Pomellato’s Sisterhood Initiative shot by Cass Bird. 
  • Argentine national show-jumping champion and later model and business woman, Delfina Blaquier is a  powerful inspiration to women. Here she wears Pomellato’s Sabbia jewels. Check out her Instagram feed of life on an Argentine polo ranch. Photo credit:  Cass Bird
  • Scilla Ruffo Di Calabria doesn’t let being a princess get in the way of pursuing her career as a DJ. She was shot by American photographer Cass Bird for the Pomellato Sisterhood Initiative wearing M’ama non m’ama jewels. 
  • 1950 platinum brooch in hair
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  • Chaumet Araignee morganite spider brooch

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