connectVideoWhite House preparing for possible departure of ailing Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, reports say
After the 85-year-old Judge of the Supreme court misses oral argument, while recovering from the surgery of a tumor, speculation is growing that the Trumpet administration is preparing for a pension, and a new confirmation battle.
Well, that was fast.
A limited-edition release of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the iconic “critical” collar-style necklaces have reportedly flown from Banana Republic in the online stretch before they went on sale. The Supreme Court’s oldest justice made headlines in recent weeks as she recovers from an early stage of lung cancer.
Earlier this week, Banana Republic announced that they would be reissuing a black, bib-like collar necklace with faux-jewel detailing that the “inquiry is well-known RBG” first made famous in 2012. The shopkeeper said that they planned to be “proud” of the donation of 50% of the purchase price to the ACLU’s Women’s Rights Project and the item is quickly sold as a hotcake.
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“In just a few hours, we pre-sold all units of the chain that were made in limited edition for January delivery. Given the overwhelming response, we are working quickly to create additional quantities,” reps for Banana Republic wrote on Instagram just a day later.
According to ABC, 85-year-old Ginsburg first receive the stylish accessory for the VIP gift bag will be distributed at the Glamour magazine ‘Woman of the Year” gala in 2012 and has worn it many times.
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“It seems fitting for dissidents,” Ginsburg told Katie Couric of her so-called “abnormal” collar in 2014, an interview, as per ABC.
Famous for her accessorizing her black judicial robes with beautiful collars, great glasses, fishnet gloves, and scrunchies, the unlikely style icon and eighty years has become somewhat revered by many millennial women.
If RBG fans cheer on her recovery, they are also eager for the chain to be available for sale again, also.
“I would be willing to pay triple the cost for this necklace. I want to know as soon as there is more in stock so I can order it,” a fan wrote on Instagram.
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“Make more!” another agreed.
“I want this necklace! I neeeed this necklace,” another chimed in.