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Her (your). Face.It’s a great look, but is there a reason behind it?Justice Ginsburg explained in an e mailed statement, “Justice (Sandra Day) O’Connor said when I was having chemotherapy after colon cancer, ‘You are vulnerable now, and you’re going to receptions and shaking hands with lots of people, so you should at least wear gloves.’ This was in 1999. So, I wore gloves and liked them so much, I decided to keep wearing them.”[RELATED:Ruth Bader Ginsburg goes full Notorious RBG]Fashion industry expert, Marylou Luther, creative director of The Fashion Group International and editor of International Fashion Syndicate, points out that the justice’s striking fashion choice evolved from a practical reason into her signature, akin to fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld’s iconic fingerless gloves, which he first wore to cover his aging hands.Luther marveled that the justice’s photo for “Time 100” is “a very positive expression of her individuality, and her fearlessness.” Adding, “For this woman who has championed women’s rights, it’s lovely to see that she’s championing ladies’ rights.
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