Frida Kahlo’s closet has finally been opened 58 years after her death. Its gorgeous contents are on display at the the Frida Kahlo museum in the Coyoacán neighborhood of Mexico City.
From ABC News:
The exhibit, Appearances Can Be Deceiving: The Dresses of Frida Kahlo, a collaboration between the museum and Vogue Mexico, brings to an end an elaborate 50 year scheme to keep private the intimate details of Kahlo’s life. It started when she died in 1954, as a distraught Diego Rivera, the famous Mexican muralist and Frida Kahlo’s husband, locked the doors to her closet and never let anyone enter for fear that the contents would be mishandled and ruined.