Weeks after the passing of the famed New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham, who died at the age of 87 after being hospitalized for a stroke on June 25, Mayor Bill de Blasio is set to name a Manhattan intersection after the eminent recorder of street style on Wednesday morning—for exactly seven days, at least.
In the days since Bill Cunningham’s death, The New York Times hasn’t published a single snapshot taken by the famously prolific photographer—but not out of an unwillingness to commemorate his work. According to a report in Page Six, the Times has illustrated his many tributes with images taken by other photographers…
New Yorkers are looking to have a corner in Manhattan named after the idolized New York Times photographer and street style savant Bill Cunningham, who died on Saturday at age 87.
Bill Cunningham, the New York Times photographer whose attention stylish city dwellers consistently relished, has died. He was 87.
Street style photographer Bill Cunningham, 87, is currently in the hospital recovering from a stroke, Page Six reports.
Legendary street style photographer and living treasure Bill Cunningham turned his expert eye on marathon fashion this week, thus combining my two biggest fantasies–running the New York marathon on a cold day and being photographed by Bill Cunningham– into one glorious narrated video.
Tom Scocca wrote a glowing review of Bill Cunningham New York, the documentary about the legendary New York Times street style photographer, which was just released in the U.S.: "Cunningham's work falls in the territory where fashion becomes clothing, or vice versa. The fashion industry itself prefers to obfuscate how…
Says Reuters, "The mothers of some beauty pageant contestants say they were tricked into appearing on a TV talk show and then accused of physically and sexually abusing their children." And would that it had ended there.
Bill Cunningham, the venerable street photographer, is an unlikely fashion institution, and the premiere of Bill Cunningham New York, at the Museum of Modern Art, brought out a ton of happy heavy hitters.