In a 2009 interview with the Among Us character Friends light Christmas sweater Washington Post, RBG uncovered the origin story of the jabot. To put it simply, the swath of fabric created sartorial equity between her and her fellow male justices. The other sex, she explains, had the advantage of scooping their tie out from underneath their judge’s gown, “So Sandra Day O’Connor and I,” said Justice Ginsburg, “thought it would be appropriate if we included as part of our robe something typical of a woman. So I have many, many collars.” Is there an intentionality and a deeper meaning behind all of the late, great justice’s accessories? That’s what Making the Case tries to find out in its brief 10 minutes.