Bill Cunningham was the unassuming New York Times fashion photographer who, despite his documentation of the expected haute couture events, was most famous for his weekly “On th
Most people who follow the fashion and party pages in The New York Times are familiar with the late Bill Cunningham.
The memoir that photographer Bill Cunningham left behind — edited, typed and with a suggested title — offers a glimpse into the fashion world of the 1950s, when the industry was
To be photographed by Bill Cunningham, spontaneously, enthusiastically, on the street, put an extra skip into many a mode-ish step.
A posthumous memoir encapsulates the momentous life of an eccentric fashion icon.