One of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s white lace jabot collars is to go on display at Tel Aviv’s Museum of the Jewish People, we’re told.
The late Supreme Court justice donated the item to the museum. Explaining why she wore the standout collars, Ginsburg told the Washington Post, “The standard robe is made for a man because it has a place for the shirt to show, and the tie.”
So she and Sandra Day O’Connor, the first female justice, “thought it would be appropriate if we included as part of our robe something typical of a woman.”
Ginsburg died on Sept. 18.