I first discovered Pamela Love when I saw this:
Each one of her pieces has such an independently dark raw imagery about them that it's easy to imagine different characters finding them in some creepy old antique shop or in a dusty attic. There is also nothing overly girly about any of her pieces, which I think only helps to make outfits stand out more. Pamela Love has personally said "I try to mix the masculine and feminine as much as possible, the high and the low, the old and the new," Love confides. "Those sorts of contrasts are important. I like irony."
I personally only own the talon ring (bottom right), it was a bribe my parents offered me for doing well on exams one year, I quite honestly think this is the only reason I tried so hard but definitely worth it!
Out of the 5 rings I wear (I clearly have a problem) it is the one that is complimented the most and also the one people ask to try on the most (thankfully its stuck on pretty tight). I got my ring at Johnathan and Olivia in Toronto but I've seen the most of her line sold at Opening Ceremony in NYC xx