Iconic New York Times Fashion Photographer Bill Cunningham Dies At 87
The world has lost a true legend.
BY LAURA BECK | Jun 26, 2016 | Culture
From the NYT:
Beloved in fashion circles, Cunningham's popularity grew in 2010 when he was the subject of a documentary, Bill Cunningham New York. In it, he rode his bike around New York City, captured fashion trends in his pictures, and lived a quiet, simple lifestyle in the Carnegie Hall building. Above all, the documentary displayed his pure love of fashion, and not the spectacle surrounding it.
"Fashion is as vital and as interesting today as ever. I know what people with a more formal attitude mean when they say they're horrified by what they see on the street. But fashion is doing its job. It's mirroring exactly our times," he wrote in The New York Times in 2002.