The Modern Gibson

The Gibson Girl was envisioned by Victorian-era illustrator, Charles Dana Gibson. She was the epitome of American beauty and style. The Gibson Girl Blouse became a classic style in the late 1800's and early 1900's, typically defined with high collar, blouson waist and puff sleeves. The silhouette is timeless and flattering, and there are infinite variations possible on the design. 

a): Colorform: Silk de chine, leather shank buttons.


b): Sabina: Vintage 1950's silk de chine, vintage lace, covered buttons.


c): Lunar Minerals: Hand-dyed silk de chine with Shibori technique and ferrous sulfate dye, natural shell buttons.