New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham has died at the age of 87.
Cunningham is a veteran photographer who started 'street fashion' photography, which now appears on many different platforms. Cunningham has been photographing rapidly changing fashion trends on the streets for more than 40 years in his column for the New York Times.
In the documentary about the famous photographer, he explained his work by saying, "I don't decide anything. I'm letting the street talk to me. In order to allow this, you have to go out on the street and wait."
The success of Bill Cunnigham, who has signed many iconic photos, is probably best explained by the words of Anna Wintour, "We all dress for Bill."
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