Starting November 22nd, you can see Frida's wardrobe up close and personal in an exhibition at Casa Azul sponsored by Vogue Mexico. "Now, a full collection from her wardrobe is going on display in Mexico City after being locked away for nearly 50 years in her armoires and dressers: jewelry, shoes and clothes that still carry the scent of the late artist's perfume and cigarette smoke or stains from painting," reported the Associated Press.
Visitors will also see that Frida wasn't just making a sartorial statement with her clothes - they also helped to conceal parts of her body that had been injured by polio and in a serious bus accident. And, through it all she painted.
To learn more, visit the Casa Azul/Frida Kahlo Museum website.