The most talked-about closet in New York these days belonged to a Jewish immigrant who was passionate about the color white, clean lines and order.
That closet, along with its entire contents — shoes, clothes, linens, beauty products and luggage — is now on display at the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Sara Berman moved from Tel Aviv to New York with her husband and two young daughters in 1954, but according to her close relatives in Israel, she left a big part of her heart behind. Fittingly enough, she is now buried in the White City, as Tel Aviv is widely known, named after the color that ultimately became her trademark.
Read more at Haaretz.