Gibson Girl iconic beauty
The ideal of feminine beauty at the turn of 19-20 centuries was the image created by the American illustrator Charles Dana Gibson (September 14, 1867 – December 23, 1944). About a century ago, our grandmothers, great-grandmothers wanted to be like them, do the same hairstyle and dress, sew the same dress … At a time when there were no television and the Internet, images of Gibson girls on postcards and in magazines dictated fashion and created a new image of free women. Beauties in the style of Gibson were portrayed almost anywhere – on the saucers, ashtrays, tablecloths, pillowcases, blankets, souvenir spoons, screens, fans and stands for umbrellas. Gibson Girl – the ideal of female beauty of the past century.
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