Jameela Jamil, a young activist voice advocating for inclusivity, was thrilled to interview Jane Fonda whom she considers to be a personal hero. Fonda was among the first vocal feminists and activists in Hollywood dating back to the Vietnam War, and is one of the original Pomellato for Women ambassadors. The two discover many points in common during their conversation and conclude that within women’s vulnerabilities and wounds lie their astounding capacity for resilience. Jane Fonda wears Pomellato Kintsugi new jewel collection that integrates the ancient Japanese artform of ‘repairing’ objects, becoming a theme within the conversation. Fonda compares the shiny gold fissure in her Kintsugi gemstone ring to the ability to heal and become stronger for it. The idea of resilience and giving new life to something that could have been discarded as ‘damaged’ becomes a metaphor for the perseverance of womenkind and underlines the power of showing our scars. Fonda has been open about her own traumas overcome and wears them today like a bold gem of honor.