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The Collars of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

by Elinor Carucci

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Portraits of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Favorite Collars and the Stories Behind Them.

After the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg,
Elinor Carucci was commissioned by TIME to photograph the collection of collars that had become a distinguishing feature of the late Justice’s Court robes.

The magazine was granted special access to a selection of Ginsburg’s most cherished collars, published with anecdotes about each one from her family, in a feature titled,
“Portraits of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Favorite Collars and the Stories Behind Them,” by Tessa Berenson.

Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Elinor Carucci
Photograph by Sebastian Kim—AUGUST for TIME
The magazine was granted special access to a selection of Ginsburg’s most cherished collars, published with anecdotes about each one from her family, in a feature titled, “Portraits of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Favorite Collars and the Stories Behind Them,” by Tessa Berenson.

As Berenson writes, “Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an American icon. The late Justice, who died on September 18, 2020 at the age of 87, was only the second woman to sit on the U.S. Supreme Court, and a trailblazing feminist who enshrined equal protections for women into the law….
Over time, Ginsburg’s collars came to symbolize more than just a long-overdue feminine energy on the Supreme Court. To her, each one developed a special significance. The style of the collar sometimes reflected the substance of her work; perhaps most famously, the liberal Ginsburg often wore a bejeweled collar that looked like armor on days she dissented.”

Read the full article and anecdotes here: https://time.com/5914834/ruth-bader-ginsburg-collars/
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