What Frida Kahlo's style choices mean to a fashion historian



Fashion historian Raissa Bretaña examines Frida Kahlo’s 1940 “Self-Portrait with Cropped Hair” and how Kahlo used her knowledge of fashion to express grief over her divorce from artist Diego Rivera.

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