Yaara Keydar (Haaretz)
By Yaara Keydar (Haaretz)
Bringing Holocaust Victim’s Fashion Designs Back To Life
On a freezing morning this winter a group of visitors gathered at a museum gallery in Wisconsin, surrounded by mannequins dressed in what would have been the latest fashion — if you were in the Europe of the late 1930s. At first glance it looked like the Jewish Museum Milwaukee was putting on a standard…
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