Understanding the dress codes of Orthodox Jewish women and their diverse interpretations Updated 17th June Understanding the dress codes of Orthodox Jewish women and their diverse interpretations Written by Hannah Tindle, CNN Based on the true story of Deborah Feldman, a Jewish woman who left the Satmar community in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in search of a new life, the hit Netflix series Unorthodox has brought Hasidic culture -- and its female dress codes -- into mainstream focus. One of the most talked about aspects of the show is the clothing, which shapes lead character Esty's played by Shira Haas story from beginning to end. The show's costume designer Justine Seymour spent hours on meticulous research, including a week-long stint within the Satmar community in New York. Photographer Jamel Shabazz's radiant love letter to the New York City subway You do have to be sensitive, respectful, and informed when you are observing a very closed community, said Seymour, who is not Jewish.
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