Remembering Bill Cunningham, a spy in the hothouse of fashion

He had the lifestyle of a monk, the instincts of a sniper and the eye of an artist. And he was a colleague and a friend of mine.

Michael Eric Ross
Jun 28, 2016 · 5 min read
The master in his domain (John Kurdewan)

Like the legendary French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, who reveled in images that reflected his capture of “the decisive moment” in a private life or a public event, Cunningham took pictures that made those streets his canvas.

“There would be no street style without Bill Cunningham,” tweeted the designer Michael Kors on Sunday. And Michael Kors would know.

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