Gibson Girl - This was the ideal look of beauty portrayed by the pen and ink illustrations of Charles Dana Gibson. This spanned from the late 19th to the early twentieth century. The Gibson girl represented the composite of a thousand American girls.
It was a pair of oversized, oxidized blue earrings that first drew me to LA based designer Annie Costello Brown's warrior-like earrings. Each piece is hand cut and hammered out of burnished brass and silver - and as bold and audacious as they are, these dusters have a weightless and delicate