Edie Brown is a woman-about-town. A longtime public relations expert, Brown is always on top of what's happening around Baltimore. But years before her PR career, the Timonium resident was a ceramic artist, and her aesthetic sensibility still comes through in her personal style. We "glimpsed" the president of Edie Brown & Associates grabbing lunch with colleagues at the Village Square Cafe in the Village of Cross Keys. She looked spicy in a cinnamon velvet Amber Sun jacket and matching V-neck tee shirt from Nordstrom over some brown straight-leg Cambio jeans she'd found at a Bethany Beach boutique. She'd added a tourmalated quartz and brown bead necklace that she'd had for awhile, and a pair of brown snakeskin patterned pointy-toe booties from Target. She'd had her black and bronze leather slouch bag for a while. Brown found her acrylic dome ring at a flea market in Rio de Janeiro, her Michele watch at a store in Saint Martin, and her black and white diamond ring in Alaska. She says most of her clothes and accessories are things she's bought on her travels. "Someone once told me, you may not remember what museums you went to. But you'll remember what you bought and where."
Karl Merton Ferron, Baltimore Sun