- On Valentine's Day, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wore sparkly silver heels to the Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Woman of Leadership Awards.
- Ginsburg was presenting the inaugural Woman of Leadership Award to Agnes Gund, an arts patron and philanthropist.
Sorry to interrupt the dumpster fire that is our 24-hour news cycle, but Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg just pulled off the snazziest pair of silver heels I've ever seen, and we deserve a feel-good story.
On Valentine's Day, the 86-year-old justice stepped out in glittery shoes to attend the Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Woman of Leadership Awards in Washington, D.C., where she presented American philanthropist Agnes Gund with the inaugural Woman of Leadership Award.
CNN White House reporter Kate Bennett tweeted a close-up photo of RBG's eye-catching heels. "Yes. All the yes," wrote Bennett.
Martha Stewart, who also attended the ceremony, posted another photo of Justice Ginsburg and her dazzling footwear.
"Last evening was very special and enlightening Justice @ruth.bader.ginsburg Ruth Bader Ginsberg bestowed the first Woman of Leadership award on Agnes 'Aggie' Gund @agnesgund in a formal ceremony in the Library of Congress in Washington," Stewart captioned the flick on Instagram. "It was such a distinct pleasure to be involved in such an illustrious event. Thank you Julie Offerman for establishing this distinguished award . And thank you Justice Ginsberg and Aggie Gund for being the leaders you are!!!!!"
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