I am so proud of my country this morning!
He started his fashion career as a millener, designing hats such as this one:
Later, and currently, he works for the New York Times:
For decades he lived in an artist’s studio space in Carnegie Hall:
Fascinating topic, these artist’s studios in Carnegie Hall. Read about them here:
Cunningham has an eye for fashion on the street. He rides his bike around NYC, shooting what catches his eye. He says he likes the fashion, not the people or celebrity.
Find yourself some time and enjoy this documentary on Bill Cunningham. It is completely delightful. “He who seeks beauty shall find it” says Bill.
An interesting new exhibition at the NSU Art Museum in Ft. Lauderdale traces Italian high fashion from 1945 to 1968. Check out the link below to feast your eyes on the show’s photo gallery. Some stunning stuff is included.
The show was recently written up in the New York Times, which you can find here.
Here is a little Bulgari number to make your heart race until you can get to the included links!
A nice way to start the week is looking at gorgeous Italian fashion, so here ya go. Enjoy!
It is always fun to watch Bill Cunningham’s New York videos as well, so here’s the latest, which is also about men’s fashion, for your enjoyment:
Have a great week everybody!